Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center Nurse Anesthesia Program, Class of 2019
About the Nurse Anesthesia Program
Founded in 1978, the Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center Nurse Anesthesia Program (OLLMC NAP) is one of the few hospital-based courses of its kind. OLLMC NAP is currently affiliated with Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions (through the Class of 2021) for conferment of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree.
OLLMC NAP Location:
Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
1600 Haddon Ave
Camden, NJ 08103
FAX (856) 968-2568
Contact: Alice Jurski EdD, APN-A, CRNA
Program Director OLLMC NAP
For questions, please call 856-757-384, or email OLLMCNAP@virtua.org.
Information for currently enrolled students through the Class of 2021:
The Drexel University affiliate is located at:
1601 Cherry Street
3 Parkway Building
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Contact: Lewis Bennett DNP, CRNA
Chair Drexel University NAP
For currently enrolled students (through the Class of 2021):
Students are registered nurses with a bachelor-of-science (BSN) degree and a minimum of two years critical care experience. During the 27-month program, each student will log a minimum of 600 cases and 2000 clock hours while completing intense graduate course work in physiology, pathophysiology, biochemistry, physics, and principles of anesthesia practice. In addition, students complete nine on-line master’s level courses including advanced physical assessment, ethics, research, and quality and safety in health care. Upon completion, the student earns an MSN from Drexel University with a specialty in nurse anesthesia, and is eligible to sit for the national certification exam.