Published Jan 4, 2002
Adopt-A-Nurse Program announced at
Underwood Memorial Hospital
In response to the looming national concerns over the expected shortage of nursing personnel and to assist in hospital nursing retention and recruitment efforts, Underwood-Memorial Hospital President and Chief Executive officer, Steven W. Jackmuff recently announced a three-phase education assistance program benefiting Registered Nurses employed by or choosing to seek employment with the Woodbury based hospital.
A generous scholarship and tuition reimbursement program is being offered to students studying for a career in nursing and who choose to make a minimum two-year commitment to working at UMH. This initiative will provide up to $8000 toward the individual candidate's RN or BSN (bachelor science, nursing) degree. Call 856-853-2011 for more information.
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