Welcome to the IUP Department of Nursing and Allied Health Professions, where our mission is to meet the diverse needs of our students, to prepare students for leadership in the health professions, and to encourage partnerships and teamwork as our students pursue education, service, and scholarship.

The department is committed to providing quality undergraduate and graduate programs by offering bachelor, master's, and doctoral degrees in Nursing.

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IUP, Indiana Regional Medical Center Complete Affiliation Agreement for Medical Laboratory Science Program

Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC) have finalized an affiliation agreement that provides IUP students with the opportunity to complete their clinical experience at IRMC for the IUP Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology.

IUP Nursing Program Ranked Again as Top Program in Commonwealth

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s bachelor of science degree in nursing has been ranked as one of the “best prelicensure bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) programs in the state” by Nursing Schools Almanac.

IUP Receives Funding for Students Studying Nursing Education

A $171,961 grant from the federal Department of Health and Human Services to Indiana University of Pennsylvania is designed to help address the nation’s nursing shortage by providing financial support to students who commit to serving as nurse educators.

Department of Nursing and Allied Health Featured in Documentary Spotlighting Nursing Shortage in Pennsylvania

Indiana University of Pennsylvania is playing a part in spotlighting the nursing shortage in Pennsylvania and in the nation. IUP’s Department of Nursing and Allied Health is featured in “Navigating the Nursing Shortage,” a digital documentary produced by WQED Multimedia.

Rural Health Pulse Podcast by IUP, Indiana Regional Medical Center, Continues with Episode on Rural Health Model and Workforce Challenges

Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Indiana Regional Medical Center’s podcast, “Rural Health Pulse,” continues with an episode with Wendy Haislip, IRMC vice president and chief nursing officer, discussing Pennsylvania’s rural health model and workforce challenges.