Frontier Nursing University marks 75 years as the birthplace of nurse-midwifery and family nursing in America. Frontier has the longest continually-operating and largest nurse-midwifery program in the nation. Frontier is both a nationally and regionally accredited University with more than 1,500 students currently enrolled. Byutilizing distance-learning methods, Frontier makes graduate-level education accessible to nurses in all areas. Frontier prepares nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners to provide care in all parts of the world, with a focus on rural and underserved areas. Frontier is changing the face of healthcare in the United States and is validating midwifery as a viable, healthy option for moms and families.
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