Galen College of Nursing
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The college was established in Louisville, Kentucky, by Humana Inc., in 1990, and was originally known as Galen Health Institutes. The college originally offered only a one-year licensed practical nurse (LPN) program in Louisville, San Antonio, Texas, and St. Petersburg, Florida.
In 2005, the college gained accreditation from the Council on Occupational Education which permits the college to offer the two-year Associate of Science in Nursing degree that enables graduates to become registered nurses (RNs). In connection with these changes, the college adopted its current name, Galen College of Nursing.
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