Nursing at Missouri Baptist has a long and rich history of delivering exceptional patient care. Not only do we employ a culture where quality meets compassion, we are the destination where nurses come to train and expand their clinical careers.
In 1895, we opened the Missouri Baptist Nursing Training School. Nursing students worked 10-hour days at the hospital in addition to their studies. During its 105-year tenure, the school graduated 4,300 students.
The Barnes-Jewish Goldfarb School of Nursing opened at Missouri Baptist in the new Clinical Learning Institute in 2012. This atmosphere of education and research allows our nurses to continue to explore new beginnings. Leveraging the strengths of our past in combination with a strong nursing vision for the future, the Missouri Baptist nurses reached new heights in professional practice.
- Advancement of nursing research
- Development of academic partnerships for BSN and MSN degree programs on campus
- Implementation of a new shared leadership model – Governing Alliance for Professional Nursing (GAPN)
- Redesign and growth of Professional Nurse Development Program (PNDP)