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Grantee Name HCA Specialty Nurse Training (Hospital Corporation of America) High Growth Job Training Grantee
Project Title Specialty Nurse Training
Grant Primary State TENNESSEE
Grant Partner State FLORIDA , TEXAS
Industry Profile Health Care
Grant Amount $4,000,000.00
Leveraged Resources $1,600,000.00
Project Description Specialty Nurse Training, a $4 million grant to Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), will implement two approaches to address the lack of experienced nurses and set standards that can be replicated across the country. The Florida program will create a distance learning model, and the Texas program will create an intensive, hands-on, accelerated learning setting similar to a medical residency. Both programs furnish the specialized training nurses need to perform at higher levels more quickly than traditional approaches. ($1.6 million in leveraged funds)
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