The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program at the Loma Linda University, School of Nursing, prepares nursing students to provide quality primary health care services to individuals from infancy through adulthood.
While we promote whole-person care throughout our nursing programs, the FNP will have a unique opportunity to develop long-term relationships with patients. As an FNP you are positioned to become an expert in each patient’s health history, and the health background of their family members. Providing care throughout each individual’s life span will help you make the best health care recommendations possible.
With an emphasis on preventative care, many Family Nurse Practitioners practice primarily in ambulatory care settings, and make significant contributions to underserved populations.
Learn more about the Loma Linda School of Nursing Program by selecting a link below
Information regarding important deadlines for admission
What you need to apply for the Graduate Nursing program
Information regarding submitting transcripts for the admission process
See the current accreditations currently held by the School of Nursing
The curriculum plan for the FNP Concentration
The sample schedule for the FNP Concentration
Information regarding tuition and fees
Print a PDF with information regarding pre-requisites, admission requirements, and deadlines
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