Hospitals demand higher educated nurses


Marcia Miller, head of nursing at Sinclair, said her program will be “alive and well” thanks to partnerships with schools like Wright State University where many of Sinclair’s nursing graduates go on to earn a bachelor’s degree.

With more than 450 students enrolled and a waiting list of two years, Sinclair has one of the most popular nursing programs in the region. Half of its graduates go directly into the work force, another 26 percent immediately continue their education and 18 percent both work and attend school, Miller said.

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