Education

Conemaugh School of Nursing & Allied Health COVID-19 Statement

Conemaugh Health System and Conemaugh School of Nursing & Allied Health continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation in our community. We remain committed to the safety of our students, faculty, staff, vendors, and guests. Their safety and well-being is at the center of all decisions. To that end, we are aligning our plan and decisions with recommendations from health authorities. Please know that we are looking at every possible scenario to minimize the impact on our students. Thank you for your patience and flexibility as we carefully map out our plan to address every aspect of our facilities, resources, and learning environments.



To access the latest information on the global pandemic please visit the following websites:

Conemaugh Coronavirus (COVID-19) Preparedness Information CDC Coronavirus Facts

CARES Act – Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Information

Information about HEERF Grants to Students

Conemaugh's commitment to education is evidenced by hospital-based Conemaugh School of Nursing, five Allied Health schools, seven physician residency programs, a pharmacy residency program and more than 200 medical school rotations every year. The Medical Skills Lab is one of 64 human simulation labs accredited nationally by the American College of Surgeons. Also offered at Conemaugh is the Conemaugh Learning Institute, which provides clinical educational courses for employees and the general public.

The Conemaugh School of Nursing and Allied Health Programs encourages you to learn more about our programs listed below.  

Emergency Medical Services
Histotechnology
Medical Technology
Nursing
Radiologic Technology
Surgical Technology

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For more information on all education offered through Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center, please use the navigation menu on the left.

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is pleased to release a technical assistance video, How to File a Complaint, to help parents, families, student, and stakeholders better understand how they can file a complaint with OCR.  This resource provides clear and concise direction on how an individual may bring incidents of potential discrimination to the attention of OCR, and includes information on deadlines, ways to provide the required information to OCR, and potential outcomes of complaint investigations. A direct link to the video is available at: https://youtu.be/dvxa5dYNKK8

Information about the Bureau of Consumer Protection’s process for submitting consumer complaints 
Phone: 800-441-2555

US Department of Education