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Hallmark University School of Nursing is pleased to announce an additional collaboration with Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan with the establishment of new dedicated education unit (DEU). The DEU provides nursing students with consistent, individualized learning experiences on one hospital unit, while strengthening the relationship between the academic and clinical settings.

Hallmark University Dean of Nursing, Pamela Moreno, Ph.D., RN expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “We are thrilled to have been chosen by Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan for their next DEU.  Our students are fortunate to have this wonderful learning experience and we look forward to our continued relationship with Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan.”Dedicated Education Unit

Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan’s decision to select Hallmark University School of Nursing for this collaboration is a testament to the university’s commitment to excellence in nursing education. Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan recognizes Hallmark University’s School of Nursing commitment to producing highly skilled and compassionate nursing professionals who are well-prepared to meet the challenges of today’s healthcare environment.

Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan CEO, Greg Seiler, stated “Methodist Hospital | Metropolitan is thrilled to embark on this revolutionary journey alongside these students. Together, we will create invaluable learning opportunities and shape the future of healthcare through our shared dedication and commitment.”

Through the DEU agreement, students will spend 16 weeks across two academic terms learning vital aspects of patient care under the close instruction of both their clinical faculty and an experienced nurse. This dual instructional approach not only enhances the depth of students’ clinical knowledge but also cultivates interpersonal and communication skills vital for effective patient care.

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