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The healthcare industry generates more new jobs from year to year than any other industry, a trend that is expected to continue through the next decade. Healthcare is increasingly complex, multidisciplinary and collaborative, with knowledge in the health sciences doubling every 18 months. State-of-the-science health education requires a multidisciplinary community of scholars.

The Blair College of Health is envisioned to provide such a venue within a private university environment and in Charlotte—the healthcare and sport sciences hub of the Carolinas.

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Graduate Program

Presbyterian School of Nursing

In the Queens Presbyterian School of Nursing, undergrad and grad students uphold a tradition of more than a century of excellence in the development of our current and future nursing workforce. With a steadfast mission of service, our students are prepared to commit themselves professionally to cutting-edge scholarship, exemplary, hands-on leadership and service within a global context.

Undergraduate Program

Graduate Program

Blair College of Health Board of Advisors

Dr. Tama Morris, Dean, Blair College of Health, and Director, Presbyterian School of Nursing

Don Jonas Executive Director, Care Ring
Ellen Blair Moore Blair Family Representative
Blair Primis Vice President of Marketing, OrthoCarolina/We Are Transformant
Elizabeth Winer Community Advocate
Sue Dissinger Association Director of Healthy Living, YMCA of Greater Charlotte
Amy Vance Senior Vice President of Population Health & Value Based Care, Novant Health
Mary Webster Quality Improvement Coach, Carolinas HealthCare System
Sabrina N. Gilchrist Operations Manager, Right Moves for Youth
James Hallock, MD Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
Phyllis Justus, DNP, RN, NEA-BC AVP, Enterprise Nursing Services, Carolinas HealthCare System
   

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