Long Island College Hospital School of Nursing, Brooklyn
350 Henry Street, 7th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201
What better place is there to study nursing than at a hospital, and a historically well-respected and innovative one at that?
Long Island College Hospital Nursing School located in Brooklyn, New York is one of the oldest nursing programs in the country.
Throughout their relatively long life they have also earned a measure of respect for their discoveries. LICH was the first hospital to use stethoscopes and anesthesia and the first to employ the practice of bedside teaching.
Operating 300-500 beds annually, LICH delivers more than 2,500 babies per year and has 55,000 annual ER visits, offering plenty of opportunity for both teaching and learning.
Long Island College Hospital is also affiliated with some of the more well-established and respected educational and medical facilities, including SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Beth Israel and St. Luke's Hospital.
Quick Facts about Long Island College Hospital School of Nursing, Brooklyn
Large City Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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