One of the most obese states in the US, Alabama has some steep health challenges ahead of them in the coming years. With diabetes rates skyrocketing, the Heart of Dixie is looking for talented, caring nurses to help reign in their growing health problem and steer them back on the right track.
If a career in nursing is something you’re considering, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve pored over countless potential schools and have compiled a list of the very best Alabama nursing schools the state has to offer. Our campuses are located near or in major cities like Mobile, Montgomery, or Birmingham. We also have several fully accredited online campuses that will help you learn at your own pace.
Regardless of whether you choose to become an LPN, an RN or a CNA, we’re got the school that’s just right for you. Click the button to contact the school right away and start down the path to becoming a nurse.
As an Alabama nurse you will:
- Assist patients in hospitals, care homes and outpatient centers
- Carry out minor medical procedures
- Create and implement patient care plans
- Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients.
Some career figures for nursing professionals in Alabama:
- Average annual salary: $34,430
- Currently employed: 14,290
- Employment outlook: 22% growth
- Most popular degrees: Bachelor’s, Associate’s
Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.
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South University enjoys a long-standing tradition of excellence in education and personalized student attention.
Since its humble beginnings, South University has experienced continued growth transforming from a two-year college into a four-year university offering associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degree programs with campus locations in Columbia, South Carolina; Montgomery, Alabama; Savannah, Georgia; and Tampa and West Palm Beach, Florida.