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The Nursing Shortage Consortium of South Florida is a non-profit organization of healthcare industry employers, nursing schools, health agencies and other industry-related members committed to ensuring the adequate supply of appropriately prepared registered nurses in our community.

The Consortium was founded in 1999 by nursing school deans and Chief Nursing Officers. Since then, it has been developing strategies, identifying resources, and implementing solutions to address the nursing shortage.

Today, members include hospitals, nursing schools, human resource directors, recruiters, nurse staffing organizations and community associations and businesses in Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe, Palm Beach, and Hendry counties. It is funded in part by The Helene Fuld Health Trust in New York City.

The NSCSF conducts a wide ranges of activities such as Career Days, Day in the Life of a Nurse Program, Future Nurses Clubs, classroom and community presentations, adult learner and RN seminars, nursing scholarships, and much more. For more information on the consortium, contact us.

     


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