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Nursing Alumni

Nursing Alumni Spotlights

Our alumni are serving locally, across the United States, and globally in a variety of capacities as nurses. They are using nursing as ministry for Christ in hospitals including Duke University, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, Mayo Clinic, and UCLA. You will also find them in rural community hospitals. These nurses are serving at the bedside and advancing into administrative and management positions as well as pursuing graduate education for advanced practice, education, and leadership positions. Cedarville School of Nursing alumni are active in the community and public health, consulting at the federal government level on health care policy, and contributing to ongoing research. Our nurses are advanced practice nurses as well as nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse midwives, and certified registered nurse anesthetists. Cedarville’s nurses are active military and full-time missionaries.

Cedarville Alumni Amanda Minor and Family

Alumni Spotlight – Amanda Minor

Cedarville nursing alumni, Amanda Minor, talks about how she is using nursing as a ministry for Christ.

Cedarville Nursing Alumni Diana Pimentel

Alumni Spotlight – Diana Pimentel '12

Cedarville nursing graduate, Diana Pimentel, shares how she is using her education to care for patients in the Dominican Republic.