Our students at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing learn to soar.
Our Dorothy Ebersbach Academic Center for Flight Nursing has the nation’s first helicopter simulator built into an actual helicopter. It’s a retired Sikorsky S-76 helicopter fuselage—an exact replica of what nurses fly in while treating patients.
But with CWRU’s simulator, our nursing students can experience what it’s like to treat critically injured patients from takeoff to landing—without leaving the ground. Read more about our helicopter simulator.
Our BS in nursing program also includes 1300 hours of clinical placements, beginning in our nursing students very first year.
When a nursing student lands at Case Western Reserve University, their education will take off.