The Isabella Graham Hart School of Practical Nursing is now offering evening classes! Apply online today.
The Isabella Graham Hart School of Practical Nursing (IGHSPN) at Rochester Regional Health is your first step toward nursing success. With experienced staff, hands-on training, and the latest technologies, our program will provide the foundation for a successful and growing career as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
Beginning in August 2019, the Isabella Graham Hart School of Practical Nursing will offer an evening program. It's perfect for the full-time employee that wants to explore new career options.Apply Today
Applying just got easier. School application fees and Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) entrance exam fees are waived for those applying for all 2019 classes.Financial Aid
Our 10-month, full-time program is designed to help you pass the National Council Licensure Examination for practical nursing. Experienced faculty and mentors there to guide students by providing an active learning environment that prepares you for the real world.Course Descriptions
After graduation, you will have access to potential opportunities throughout Rochester Regional Health. Licensed Practical Nurses typically earn between $15-$24 per hour, with solid job growth, and the opportunity to advance to become a Registered Nurse with additional training.Meet Our Faculty
Learn more about our Licensed Practical Nurse training program, meet the faculty, hear from current students, and take a tour of our state-of-the-art school. Informational sessions include financial aid, career counseling, and assistance with prerequisite class registration.Sign up today
Let us start you on a new and exciting career in Nursing! We offer two 10-month full-time programs that will prepare you for your Practical Nursing License ExamApply to the IGH School of Nursing Now
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