Robert Packer Hospital Officers of the Training School for Nurses
The Robert Packer Hospital, Training School for Nurses, Sayre, Pennsylvania. [This item is undated]
The School of Nursing in connection with the hospital was organized in 1901 and at present has a school of 100 Students. It is an accredited school and its graduates are qualified to take the State Board examinations for registration of nurses in Pennsylvania, also eligible for registration, by endorsement, in the State of New York.
Names in this online transcription include Albertson, Bertelsen, Bishop, Cady, Capron, Carling, Conklin, Cooley, DeWan, Evans, Griffis, Guthrie, Haines, Harmon, Hawk, Higgins, Knight, Langley, Lenker, Mathewson, Perry, Powers, Rentschler, Smith, Stedge, Yontz.
Labels: Pennsylvania, Employment Records, Nursing
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