Nursing Overview

The tradition of nursing in Catholic health care embodies a commitment to providing holistic, compassionate, quality care to all those in need. From nurse executives to nursing assistants in hospitals, long-term care organizations, hospices, and community-based settings, the ethos of service is grounded in the understanding that each person is a treasure, each life a sacred gift, and each human being a unity of body, mind, and spirit.

CHA convenes networking calls for Faith Community Nursing and Deans of Catholic Nursing Schools and offers diverse nursing resources, such as articles, publications, and well-being and prayer offerings. For more information or to suggest resources be added to this page, contact Nancy Zuech Lim, MPH, BSN, Director, Community Health Improvement.

Faith Community Nurse Networking Calls

Calls take place three times per year.
These calls are held from 1 - 2 p.m. ET.

Deans of Catholic College of Nursing Networking Calls

Calls take place two times per year.
These calls are held from 1 – 2 p.m. ET.

Be sure to check our Calendar of Events for a full listing of upcoming events.