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Nursing Service Center
Quality Care with Professional Competence.
The Nursing Services Center of the College of Nursing is a nursing health service for families of MSU students, faculty and staff.
In addition, the N.S.C. sponsors health education programs for the MSU academic community and the Bozeman civic community.
Linda Strong R.N. MSN, is currently the director of the Nursing Services Center. She is a faculty member of the College of Nursing as arc all of the faculty members who volunteer their time to contribute their special expertise to the Center. The Center provides faculty members the opportunity to practice their nursing specialties while giving MSU a quality, affordable service. The Center offers adult and child health assessments, screening services such as vision, developmental, height weight, blood pressure, and health education services such as individual client teaching of self breast examination.
The Nursing Service Center provides a service to MSU and Bozeman as well as an unique educational experience for the nursing students. The students have an opportunity to learn nursing role socialization as they observe nursing practice and interactions between the nurse and client.
Since the beginning of the program in 1973, it has grown to be an important health service. Strong believes the program is a success, “We have increased our visibility and have provided a greater diversity of services in 1986 than previously.” Strong goes on to say that the Nursing Services Center through its clinical service has seen approximately 225 clients this year. The staff of the center have also been involved in providing approximately 15 different types of Health Education programs on campus and in the Bozeman community, reaching nearly 200 people. The Nursing Services Center conducts health promotion seminars and health assessments as a part of its contribution to the Faculty Staff Wellness Program.
The N.S.C. is funded in part by a grant from the University’s Faculty-Staff Wellness program and by the nominal fees charged for the services rendered. The overall philosophy of the Center is to provide comprehensive, quality health care, health promotion, illness prevention and health education to the local community. These objectives are attained with a sense of professional competence and caring for clients.
by D. Boyd
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