“We are proud to support the development and training of the next generation of nurse leaders through our investment in UofL’s School of Nursing. Our intention is to support well-trained caregivers and positively impact the health and well-being of our entire community,” said Rob Jay, ScionHealth’s chief executive officer. “We are fortunate in this community to have UofL’s School of Nursing, and we are confident that their programs will benefit our Specialty and Community Hospitals nationwide.”
The new UofL Nursing Student Collaboration Center features spaces to support collaboration in both open and private places, including an open kitchen area built to resemble a modern café. The area allows students an area to rest, eat, and engage in between long classes, as well as study for exams.
Read more about our recently completed project at UofL News.