UNC School
of Nursing

“There is no such thing as a menial task in caring for a human being.” — Elizabeth Kemble, founding dean

Indeed, there is not. And since its founding, the UNC School of Nursing has held this view, purposefully and proudly answering the high calling of caring for human beings through our teaching, research and service. Ranked in the top 10 of two world rankings for schools of nursing, Carolina Nursing excels at advancing the art and science of nursing care, first for our neighbors here at home, and then around the world.

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Alumni

Patricia Dallas Horocho

President Barack Obama nominated Horoho to serve as the Surgeon General of the U.S. Army...

Community

Committed to Serving Others

“He never allowed us to think that we were better than anyone else."

Health

Model Behavior

The BBL has been used extensively by the UNC School of Nursing-led “Feeding Flock,” a team of researchers who focus on preventing, identifying and managing feeding difficulties among infants and toddlers.

Global Impact

A New Hope is Born

Treatment for women suffering from fistula is far from a given. For every one who receives treatment, 50 go without.

Health

On the Road to Recovery

Health on Wheels is already demonstrating a positive impact on the lives of chronically ill patients in the areas it serves.

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The Carolina Nurse

The Carolina Nurse is unique among peers, enriched through extraordinary mentorship and preparation to alleviate suffering and provide the best possible care.