The School of Nursing & Health Studies is a vibrant learning community. This news section features the achievements of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

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BSN Alumna Leads Perioperative Services at MedStar Georgetown

May 28th, 2020

Georgetown BSN alumna Kathy (Rawlings) Mucci of the Class of 1985 is assistant vice president of perioperative services at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. She discusses her Georgetown education, her career path, and leading during the COVID-19 pandemic. About returning to Georgetown in 2019, she said, “I feel like I’ve come full circle, back home.”

Moira Redmond (NHS’17) and Catherine Zolbrod Freeman (NHS’17) in clinical attire and masks

BSN Alumnae Work Together During COVID-19 Response

May 19th, 2020

Catherine Zolbrod Freeman (NHS’17) and Moira Redmond (NHS’17) have been working together to care for adult patients with COVID-19 at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Freeman and Redmond usually practice as registered nurses with pediatric patients, but have refocused their work during the pandemic.

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Celebrating NHS #Hoyas2020

May 15th, 2020

Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies proudly celebrates the achievements of the Class of 2020! We have about 110 graduates from our bachelor’s programs in global health, health care management & policy, human science, and nursing; 320 graduates from our master’s programs in health systems administration and nursing, and 30 graduates with the doctor of nursing practice and the doctor of nurse anesthesia practice degrees.

BSN Alumna Who Serves as a Pediatric Nurse Now Caring for Patients in COVID-19 ICUs

May 13th, 2020

Since graduation and licensure, Emily Varua (NHS’19), a BSN alumna, has been caring for children at Morristown Medical Center. For weeks now, she has expanded her areas of practice to assist with the center’s COVID-19 response, including working in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Surgical Intensive Care Unit.

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