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  • Anderson receives graduate nursing degree

  • Lori S. (Courtney) Anderson of Camdenton, received her advanced clinical practice degree from Frontier Nursing University.
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  • Lori S. (Courtney) Anderson of Camdenton, received her advanced clinical practice degree from Frontier Nursing University. Anderson graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing degree with a nurse-midwifery specialty. She is now a Board Certified Nurse Midwife. Graduation ceremonies will be held on the historical FNU campus in Hyden, Ky., on Oct. 26.
    Frontier Nursing University, a graduate school of nursing and midwifery, offers distance-learning programs, educating nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners who provide primary care for women and families residing in all areas, with a focus on rural and underserved communities. Founded by Mary Breckinridge in 1939 in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky, FNU has been educating nurses for more than 70 years and currently has an enrollment exceeding 1,500. Students enrolled in FNU’s distance education programs are from all areas of the country and the world.
    For more information, contact Brittney Edwards, Marketing Coordinator, at 859-899-2515 or visit the Frontier Nursing University web site at www.frontier.edu.
     
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