Locations

Westmoreland proudly offers the nursing program at our main Youngwood campus, Indiana Education Center and Greene County Education Center. Read below to learn more.

Youngwood

Westmoreland's Youngwood campus has a full-time daylight program and a part-time evening/weekend program for nursing.

Commissioners Hall houses academic and health professions offices, classrooms and laboratories. Students have access to a fully functional Simulation Laboratory. The simulation laboratory is designed to help students’ integrate nursing theory into clinical practice. The simulated laboratory is a teaching learning environment to support a wide range of skill development.

Simulation Scenarios are written in accordance with nursing curriculum and student learning needs to facilitate the acquisition of clinical knowledge. Under simulated conditions, students can practice physical assessment and procedural skills while demonstrating related cognitive critical reasoning skills.

The Nursing Lab faculty is also available to all nursing students free of charge to assist in clarification of studies or to practice skills. Lab faculty will assist students with identified learning needs such as skill performance, study issues and test taking techniques.

Clinical rotations are held at the following locations:

  • Excela Health (Westmoreland, Latrobe, and Frick)
  • Lifecare Hospital at Monroeville (Old Healthsouth) 
  • Monongahela Valley Hospital
  • Western Pennsylvania Hospital Forbes Campus 
  • Highlands Hospital
  • Jefferson Hospital
  • Select Specialty-Latrobe
  • Westmoreland Manor
  • Mountain View Specialty
  • Greater Pitt Rehabilitation
  • Mon Valley Care Center
  • William Penn Care Center
  • UPMC East
  • Children's Institute
  • Additional sites as needed to meet the learning needs of the student

Indiana

The Indiana County Community College Center is located near the Jimmy Stewart Airport at 45 Airport Road. Easily accessible from Route 286 and Route 119, the center contains a computer lab, five classrooms, a distance learning classroom, a nursing simulation lab and a student lounge.

The nursing program offers a full-time daylight program at the Indiana center for nursing.

Students have access to a fully functional Simulation Laboratory. The simulation laboratory is designed to help students’ integrate nursing theory into clinical practice. The simulated laboratory is a teaching learning environment to support a wide range of skill development.

Simulation Scenarios are written in accordance with nursing curriculum and learning needs to facilitate the acquisition of clinical knowledge. Under simulated conditions, students can practice physical assessment and procedural skills while demonstrating related cognitive critical reasoning skills.

The Nursing Lab faculty is also available to all nursing students free of charge to assist in clarification of studies or to practice skills. Lab faculty will assist students with identified learning needs such as skill performance, study issues and test taking techniques.

Clinical Rotations are held at the following locations:

  • Indiana Regional Medical Center
  • Armstrong County Regional Hospital
  • Communities at Indian Haven
  • Additional sites as needed to meet the learning needs of the student

Greene

Notice: Starting in the fall of 2015, the nursing program at the Greene center will be scheduled as a part-time daylight/weekend program.

Established in the fall of 1999, the Greene County Education Center is located in the new Evergreene Technology Park in Franklin Township at 100 Evergreene Drive Suite 102, Waynesburg.

For the convenience of students, services such as counseling, advising and financial aid are available. In addition, at scheduled times, students can pay tuition and fees and purchase textbooks at the center.

Students have access to a fully functional Simulation Laboratory. The simulation laboratory is designed to help students’ integrate nursing theory into clinical practice. The simulated laboratory is a teaching learning environment to support a wide range of skill development.

Simulation Scenarios are written in accordance with nursing curriculum and learning needs to facilitate the acquisition of clinical knowledge. Under simulated conditions, students can practice physical assessment and procedural skills while demonstrating related cognitive critical reasoning skills.

The Nursing Lab faculty is also available to all nursing students free of charge to assist in clarification of studies or to practice skills. Lab faculty will assist students with identified learning needs such as skill performance, study issues and test taking techniques.

Clinical rotations are held at the following locations:

  • Jefferson Hospital
  • MonGen Hospital
  • Monongahela Valley Hospital
  • Golden Living
  • West Virginia University Hospitals
    • Chestnut Ridge Hospital
    • Ruby Memorial Hospital
  • Additional sites as needed to meet the learning needs of the student