Save one life… and you are a hero. Save one hundred lives… and you are a nurse.

(2005, Chuck Stepanek, Nursing the Corn)

According to the 2011 World Health Organization’s Statistics Report , there are 19.3 million nurses and midwives worldwide, and yet there are still too few qualified nursing professionals to meet the growing need. American Health takes this statistic seriously and has designed its educational programming so nursing professionals can continue to build their individual nursing competency and capability throughout all phases of the nursing process, improve their clinical skills, meet licensure requirements, and more importantly, improve their patient’s outcomes.

When enrolling in an American Health course or certificate and degree programs, nursing professionals benefit from the first-class instruction provided by leading universities and hospitals such as Harvard, Cornell, Columbia and others–all educational partners with which American Health has formed strong relationships.

American Health programming for nurses enables you to learn at home or to study abroad in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand. And all nursing programs offer the opportunity to acquire university conditional acceptance and to study English intensively at home and abroad.

Current Programs Available for Nurses

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“American Health’s NCLEX Academy opened my eyes to new ways of thinking and it helped me develop my own critical thinking skills.”

“The nursing instructors who traveled to our hospital were very professional and delivered evidence-based course materials in such an engaging way. I learned so much.”

“Traveling to the US and working alongside caring nurse experts made my travel to a new and different country all worth it! I have recommended an American Health program to 2 of my nursing peers!”

“American Health’s Bridging program helped prepare me for the right level of study. I am very much looking forward to obtaining my Masters in Nursing next.”