About Georgetown University
About the School of Nursing & Health Studies
Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS), part of the internationally recognized Georgetown University Medical Center, educates tomorrow's advanced health care professionals in a student-centered research environment. Taught by highly respected faculty, NHS programs are designed to help the next generation of nursing leaders gain the skills and knowledge they need to advance their nursing careers while maintaining their commitment to caring for those in need.
Advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
To be a catalyst for health and social justice in local, national, and global communities through education, scholarship, and social action.
The History of NHS
NHS has been developing world-class nursing leaders since opening its doors in 1903. Below you can see some of the milestones and highlights of the NHS story, from its founding as a Training School for Nurses to its current state as a multidisciplinary school with innovative undergraduate and graduate programs.
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