You are here: Home / News / CNM Honors Presbyterian for Investment in Students

CNM Honors Presbyterian for Investment in Students

Nov. 12, 2013 -- Presbyterian Healthcare Services recently donated $100,000 to fund scholarships for CNM students in the healthcare fields.
CNM Honors Presbyterian for Investment in Students

Jim Hinton & Katharine Winograd

To honor Presbyterian’s investment in the success of CNM students, CNM announced on Nov. 11 that Presbyterian is now the official sponsor of the area in the newly-renovated Jeannette Stromberg Hall that houses state-of-the-art Nursing Labs, Surgical Technology Labs and Simulation Labs that serve a variety of healthcare programs.

“These scholarships (that Presbyterian funded) will help more of our students persevere, graduate and obtain the kind of quality employment that improves their lives and the lives caption:Jim Hinton, president and CEO of Presbyterian Healthcare Services;CNM President Katharine Winograd;Deborah Johnson – President’s Office, Office of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development next to a mannequin in a Nursing School Lab.   of their families,” said CNM President Katharine Winograd. “And, of course, many of our students in the healthcare fields find their dream job at Presbyterian. The high-quality jobs that Presbyterian provides to so many of our students are truly life-changing.”

On hand for the Nov. 11 celebration of the donation was Jim Hinton, president and CEO of Presbyterian Healthcare Services.

Filed under: