Department of Nursing

 

 

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Welcome

From the Department Chair, Dr. Catherine Alicia Georges

Catherine Alicia GeorgesThe Department of Nursing at Lehman College is one of fourteen academic departments within the School of Natural and Social Sciences. The program admitted its first students in 1971. The Department of Nursing offers undergraduate and graduate nursing programs to a culturally diverse student body. Our undergraduate nursing program has both a generic program and a registered nurse completion track.

Our graduate program, which was launched in 1976, currently offers five tracks of specialization: parent child nursing, adult health nursing, nursing care of older adults a pediatric nurse practitioner program and a family nurse practitioner program. We also offer post masters certificates in the pediatric nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioner programs, and in nursing education and nursing administration.

The Department of Nursing has developed a number of partnerships over the last few years with a variety of nursing organizations and health care agencies. We have developed an innovative foreign nurse program and offer a number of upgrade and training programs for various health care agencies in the greater New York area.

The Department of Nursing's Strategic Plan incorporates the recommendations of the 2010 Institute of Medicine Future of Nursing Initiatives. We are planning for a Doctorate of Nursing practice and a dual degree program in partnership with our community colleges in the Bronx and Queens within the near future.

In all our present and future endeavors, our faculty is committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, and community service. Members of our Department have served and will continue to serve as leaders in professional nursing organizations, national  and international organizations, and as mentors to current students and alumni.

 

 

 

 

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