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Harrington Health Clinic

Guided by shared values of service, compassion, and dignity, the University of Portland School of Nursing & Health Innovations and Blanchet House have partnered with Emily Harrington to establish the Harrington Health Clinic. The clinic is nurse-owned and nurse-led, and provides primary care, health and wellness, palliative care and telemedicine services to the Blanchet House guests and homeless in our community. 
Students learning in the skills lab

Rosemary Anderson High School

The University of Portland School of Nursing & Health Innovations (UPSONHI) and Rosemary Anderson High School (RAHS) have a close partnership that began in 2016. It was established after Beth Baynes, a now retired UPSONHI instructor, recognized the importance and significance RAHS could have on nursing students. Currently, our undergraduate nursing students are placed at RAHS for their population health clinical course. They provide high-quality health instruction, such as health promotion activities for both students and staff. With an enrollment size of around 100 students at each location, our student nurses and RAHS students have the opportunity to develop trusting relationships and engage in meaningful conversations.

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