Pittsburgh Nursing Education Center
Steel City, home to our ABSN program — no matter what you call it, Pittsburgh is a great place to start your nursing career. With a metro population of more than 2 million, it’s also known as the City of Bridges, a fitting moniker given how well the city’s growing health care industry connects to its demand for qualified registered nurses who have BSNs.
If enrolling in our ABSN program requires you to relocate to Pittsburgh, you’ll find the Steel City is full of other strengths, too. The city offers a great mix of culture, outdoor activities, entertainment, and, most importantly, job opportunities, making it no surprise that Pittsburgh is ranked as a top job market for millennials.
For all these reasons and more, there’s never been a better time to enroll in our 16-month ABSN program and become a nurse in Pittsburgh.
Nursing Learning Center
Misericordia ABSN students particpate in nursing skills and simulation labs at our nursing education center, located at:
The Dakota Building
1000 GSK Drive
Coraopolis, PA 15108
Cross into the City of Bridges
A former steel town, Pittsburgh’s history of innovation is bridging the way into its mighty future, large in part thanks to the region’s growing health care focus. In fact, the city anticipates a projected growth rate of 13 percent a year in the nursing profession between 2015 and 2025, according to a 2016 report.
Did you know?
- Pittsburgh is known as the “City of Bridges” for its 446 bridges.
- Glassdoor ranked Pittsburgh as the No. 1 city in the country for jobs.
- Uber used Pittsburgh as a pilot city for its self-driving cars.
- The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh ranks among the 10 best museums for families in the nation, according to USA Today.
- 9 Fortune 500 companies are based in Pittsburgh, including Kraft Heinz and PPG Industries.
- The city has served as the backdrop for dozens of major motion pictures, including “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Whether you’re a sports fan, cultural enthusiast, or urban explorer, Pittsburgh doesn’t disappoint on the entertainment front. Perhaps better known as the home to three professional sports teams — Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins — the Steel City boasts a bevy of other interesting cultural institutions and landmarks, too. Simply put: You’ll never run out of things to do if you’re relocating here for nursing school. While you’re here, check out:
- Carnegie Museum of Art
- Carnegie Museum of Natural History
- Carnegie Science Center
- Andy Warhol Museum
- PNC Park
- Duquesne Incline (funicular rides)
- Allegheny Cemetery
- Kennywood Amusement Park
Contact us to learn more about what it’s like to study nursing in Pittsburgh.