The Lost Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health has a rich history that belies its casual, personal environment. Originally founded in 1895 as the College Training School for Nurses, the LA County College of Nursing and Allied Health was renamed in 1968, and once more in 1998 to bring it under its current moniker.
The college’s mission is “to provide learning-centered educational programs and career development opportunities” for healthcare students in the Los Angeles County area and surrounding communities, and they achieve that mission more and more fully with each passing year.
Every year, the college graduates between one hundred and one hundred and fifty students with an Associate of Science degree in Nursing. These students will almost universally go on to take and pass their national licensing exam, and the Los Angeles County College of Nursing and Allied Health provides them with the skills and education that they need to do just that.
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