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Orbis Education Expands Nursing Education Program to Glendale, California
Date:8/13/2008

completing the online courses during day or evening hours. Hands-on clinical preparation is taught by appointed adjunct University of Oklahoma faculty assigned to work directly with students at Glendale Adventist Medical Center.

About Orbis Education

Founded in 2003, Orbis Education leverages opportunities in nursing education by affiliating existing nursing education programs with major hospitals. Orbis works to help solve the nursing shortage problem across the country, improve patient care and improve the cash flow and bottom line for affiliate hospitals. For more information visit http://www.orbiseducation.com.

(1) "What works: Healing the healthcare staffing shortage" by

PricewaterhouseCoopers' Health Research Institute; 2007.


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