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Georgetown Medical Center: School of Nursing and Health Studies

Georgetown Medical Center: School of Nursing and Health Studies

Founded in 1903, GU’s School of Nursing and Health Studies (NHS) is a dynamic academic organization dedicated to its mission of advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities. NHS offers innovative programs in the health and healthcare fields, including health systems administration, healthcare management and policy, human science, global health, and nursing.

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Alayne Adams

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Associate Professor

Jennifer Huang Bouey portrait

Jennifer Huang Bouey

Georgetown University, School of Nursing and Health Studies

Associate Professor

Kerry Bruce

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Assistant Professor

Hazel Denton

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Adjunct Instructor

Bette Jacobs

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Professor

Irene Jillson

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Emerita Professor

John Kraemer portrait

John Kraemer

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Associate Professor

Amanda Liddle

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Assistant Professor

John May

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Adjunct Professor

Rosemary Sokas

School of Nursing and Health Studies; School of Medicine

Professor

Claire Standley

School of Nursing and Health Studies; School of Medicine

Assistant Professor

Ryung Suh

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Associate Professor

Vincent Turbat

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Associate Professor

Sarah Vittone

School of Nursing and Health Studies

Assistant Professor