CWRU nurses learn healthcare beyond the hospital

What do you envision as your career in nursing?

If you’re picturing yourself at the bedside making sure your patients are receiving the best possible care, you’re on the right track.

If you imagine policy-making that will impact lives around the world, you’re also spot-on.

That’s because at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursinga top-5 nursing school (U.S. News & World Report)—your opportunities in healthcare are boundless.

That’s what junior nursing student Rachel Shen learned recently during her internship with the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services in San Francisco

“I am learning about what nurses can do beyond the bedside,
and how they can impact greater change. Being exposed to all
of these opportunities in nursing has been an eye-opening experience,
and makes me excited to see what is ahead for me.”
- Rachel Shen

Hear about Rachel's Internship 

At CWRU, all nursing students gain more than 1,300 hours of clinical experience. That’s double the national average. What’s even more are the opportunities you’ll have to experience healthcare beyond the hospital walls: internships, community engagement, studying abroad, research and more.

You’ll be a better nurse—and a leader in healthcare—for it!