Calling it a successful model for how the state can invest in solutions to address challenges in the Granite State, Gov. Chris Sununu and others cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the University of New Hampshire’s new Health Sciences Simulation Center on Monday, Nov. 8.
The $9 million state-of-the-art facility was made possible by major funding from the state of New Hampshire, and will allow UNH to expand programs to address the critical health care workforce shortage in the Granite State. Through a phased growth approach, the university will double the number of graduates in nursing and other clinical disciplines, filling critical needs in communities throughout the state.
Written By:Callie Carr | UNH College of Health and Human Services | firstname.lastname@example.org | 603-862-0970