|University Motto||A hospital-based diploma school of nursing|
|President||MHSN is sponsored by UPMC Mercy|
|Year of establishment||1893|
Mercy Hospital School of Nursing
The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing (MHSN), a hospital-based diploma school of nursing, was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1893. Today, MHSN is sponsored by UPMC Mercy.
UPMC Mercy remains the only faith-based health care provider in the city of Pittsburgh. UPMC Mercy provides a full range of services, including designation as a Level I Regional Resource Trauma Center and as a Primary Stroke Center.
The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing is an integral part of UPMC Mercy. The school has graduated more than 6,200 nurses and has a long-standing reputation in the tri-state area for the high performance of its graduates.
The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing is a Private university located in Pittsburgh.
The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was founded in 1893.
The current president of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing is MHSN is sponsored by UPMC Mercy.
According to verified online sources, the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing enrolls a total of 13200 students.
According to the main website, the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing has a total student population of 6600 undergraduate students and 6600 graduate students.