Encouraging academic progression is more than an initiative; it is a defining characteristic of Norton Healthcare. One of the ways we accomplish our mission to provide quality health care is by creating a culture of continual learning and academic progression for our employees.
Norton Healthcare offers a vast array of programs, educational assistance and support to obtain degrees and credentials for future and current employees.
Personalized development: Office of Workforce Development
It’s never too early to start focusing on your career. If you’ve got the drive and willingness to learn, Norton Healthcare offers a number of educational opportunities to develop a challenging and meaningful career path through a variety of programs supported by our Office of Workforce Development.
Clinical nursing: Norton Healthcare Institute for Nursing
The goals of the Institute for Nursing are to:
- Provide general and specialty nursing education
- Create structures that empower nurses to develop professional nursing practice
- Facilitate teamwork and collaboration in decision-making among nurses, coach and mentor individual nurses, and work in partnership with community organizations to achieve mutual educational and health care goals
Continuing education and development: Norton University
The purpose of Norton University is to provide education, organizational development and training opportunities that serve Norton Healthcare. Norton University guides and equips our workforce so employees are positioned for success, thereby making Norton Healthcare a regional health care leader.
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