Hoag aims to continue to grow as a health care leader and enable more nurses to assume diverse roles as advanced practice RNs and subspecialty RNs, including nurse practitioners and physician extenders in response to changes in health care delivery. To achieve this adaptability, nurses must continue to seek advanced degrees and training. Hoag supports this goal with education opportunities, so our working nurses can become leaders in their fields and deliver safe, high-quality patient care, now and into the future. Philanthropy is a key component of this mission and will help Hoag not only sustain but exceed the required 80 percent of nurses with a BSN degree or higher to maintain Magnet® status. There are a multitude of ways to support the educational pursuits of Hoag nurses through philanthropy, all of which help ensure Hoag nurses are well-prepared to assume broader roles.
For more information on these giving opportunities and others in support of Hoag Nursing, please contact Angelina Morano, Senior Director of Major Gifts, at (949) 764-7221 or Angelina.Morano@hoag.org.
The Named Nursing Scholarship Fund provides continuing education for nurses, equips them to help serve an increasing number of patients and an aging population and supplements a projected shortage of primary care physicians.
The Advanced Practice Nursing Education & Professional Development Program assists in funding nursing scholarships, virtual distance learning programs, state-of-the-art simulation and specialty training and other education and development opportunities.
The goal of the TRIP Program is to work towards translating research into evidence-based practice that Hoag nurses can implement right at the bedside. At Hoag, we strive to create an innovative environment which promotes the advancement of evidence-based practice and produces exceptional quality of care.