The St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center School of Nursing is a nursing school located in the Brooklyn and Queens boroughs of New York City. The school offers a 64 credit hour degree with classes in microbiology, pharmacology and anatomy.
The school is attached to the Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center which offers hospitals, facilities and services all over New York City.
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Students applying for entry in the nursing program at St. Vincent must complete an official school application, must have high school or equivalent transcripts, a report of standardized tests, an acceptable score on a Pre-Nursing Entrance Exam and a personal interview.
Transfer credit will be granted if previous courses were passed with a grade of a “C” or better.
Assistance is awarded for need-bases students. Scholarships and grants are also awarded.
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The Nursing Program is offered on the grounds of the St. Vincent Medical Centers in Fresh Meadows, New York. The program was established in 1969 and consists of a joint venture between St. Vincent and Queensborough Community College.
There is also a St. Vincent Nursing School located on Staten Island. The two-year program is 71 credit hours to receive an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing.
There is also an Institute of Emergency Care established in 1981 and is located in Manhattan.
New York City is home to roughly 8 million people and is the financial and cultural hub of the United States.
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