Dominican Republic 2019

Nursing and Healthcare in the Dominican Republic

Group Photo Dominican

Students and faculty were involved with a service learning opportunity by studying the rural healthcare needs of the Dominican people. This is the first service learning opportunity for the School of Nursing where students led health screenings and participated in home visits for rural communities.

Visits to:

  • Rural clinics
  • Local hospitals
  • Historical sites
  • Self-sustaining community
  • Rancho Arriba
  • Special needs school
  • Adesjo
Students with L

Madison C. says...

"The trip to The Dominican Republic opened my eyes so much. It was truly a life changing experience that I will never forget. Not only were we taught so many aspects of their healthcare, but we were able to be hands-on in local communities. It was such an honor to be accepted by the people with such open arms as they allowed us to be immersed in their culture and healthcare system. The amount of knowledge gained from this trip expanded on the textbook information that has been given to me during my time in the nursing program. I feel grateful to be able to be part of such an impactful trip."
-- Senior in the BSN program, Lumberton, TX


See this link for more information on our trip to the Dominican Republic.