Nurse practitioners play a critical role in health care. Their life-changing work and service make a tremendous contribution to patient outcomes. That impact is seen at USF Nursing and its faculty and students nurse practitioners. They continue to transform the profession in various ways, including their community involvement in Tampa Bay and beyond.
USF Nursing students are using their healing power to bring hope to those in need. Their dedication and commitment is transforming lives at Pinellas Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, providing care to the homeless.
USF Nursing academic specialist, Kimberly Brown, is helping make Tampa a better city. Tampa Mayor, Bob Buckhorn, recently appointed Brown to the Mayor’s African-American Advisory Council (MAAC).
USF College of Nursing students got into the holiday spirit by giving back to the community. The students took part in the USF Health 2014 Food Drive collecting all... Read More
USF Nursing students recently participated in a health fair at the Lazy Days RV Park in Seffner to help improve the health of the Tampa Bay community. Students provided... Read More