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Helene Loeb

Helene Loeb, BSHS
"Thomas Edison really prepared me to become a leader and interact as well as instruct and support the nurses that are out on the unit..."
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Dorothy Withers

Dorothy Withers, BSN
"When I finished my BSN, I felt like I had achieved another level of understanding..."
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Gary Fassler

Gary Fassler, BSN
"I graduated from nursing school when I was 50, so it's never too late to change and to advance..."
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Leslie Beck

Leslie Beck, BSN
"I chose the College because it afforded me that wonderful flexibility...The College made it a realistic goal..."
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Daniel Burfeind

Daniel Burfeind, BSN
"Thomas Edison, first of all, is an excellent nursing program. The professors and all the mentors are..."
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Theresa Covello

Theresa Covello, BSN
"I have four children and now two grandchildren and I worked, so my life was always..."
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Sudesh Chhibbar, BSN
"Online courses are very helpful for busy nurses because we don't have to leave our home."
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Costs & Tuition

Thomas Edison State College application fees are waived for RN applicants employed at Capital Health.

Please be sure to return your completed forms to Capital Health's Human Resources Department by the Course Registration Deadline Dates listed on the "How to Get Started" page.

Once your forms have been received and processed, you will receive an acceptance letter and enrollment materials from Thomas Edison State College.


Five Thomas Edison State College School of Nursing Students were among the 19 recipients of Capital Health's Excellence in Nursing Practice Awards. Pictured above, left to right are: Diane Boka, RN of Hamilton Square, N.J.; Susan DiTommaso, RN, of Newtown, Pa.; Karen Adamczyk, RN, BSN of Lawrenceville, N.J.; Cynthia Lynch, RN, of Ocean Gate, N.J.; and Heather A. Keller, RN, BSN of Fallsington, Pa. The awards are presented each year to CH nurses who are recognized by their peers during the annual Nurses’ Day Ceremony: Celebrating Magnet Nurses at Capital Health.  “This group represents nursing professionals who have combined excellence in patient care with a spirit of collaboration and lifelong learning,” said Dr. Susan M. O’Brien, dean of the School of Nursing at Thomas Edison State College. “We are truly proud of them for earning this distinction and the talent they bring to our community.”

 

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