St. Vincent Charity Receives $1.9M Toward Nursing Education
Last Wednesday, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center announced they received a $1.9 million gift through the Robert S. and Germaine Lahiff Hines Endowment. The gift is intended to be used towards strengthening nursing education in a number of fashions, including tuition reimbursement, developing nurse educators, and specialized training.
Historically, St. Vincent Charity taught nurses through their own school of nursing, which operated from 1898 to 1984 — training more than 2,600 nurses before the program merged with Ursuline College. While St. Vincent Charity no longer provides nursing education through its own school, it remains a significant priority for the hospital which this gift will address.
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