The AGACNP program prepares students to comprehensively assess, diagnose, and treat complex acute, critical and chronic health conditions in young adults, adults, and older adult populations. Our program places an emphasis on evidence-based patient centered care, focusing on prevention of illness, quality assurance, in addition to seamless care coordination. Students will complete 600 direct care supervised clinical practicum hours in a variety of acute care inpatient settings and specialties. The University holds contracts with all major health care systems in the tri-county area and beyond. Upon graduation, students are prepared to become certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Commission (ANCC) or the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) and to obtain Nurse Practitioner specialty certification by the State of Michigan. Our students' success rate on certification exams is well above the national average.
|Certified Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse|
|Practitioner positions in acute care palliative/hospice practices|
|Practitioner positions in primary care and specialty practices|
|APRN role in acute care, primary care, long-term care, or community-based palliative/hospice settings|
|Acute, Tertiary Settings, across the adult lifespan and high acuity settings|
|Intensive Care Units|
|Clinical Decision Units (CDU)|
|Medical Surgical Units|
|Private employment and hospital employee models|
Fawn completed her BSN in 2012 from Madonna University and her MSN in the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program in May 2015. Fawn is currently in the Doctorate of Nursing Practice program at Madonna University. She served as an adjunct clinical instructor and achieved the Nurse Health Educator Certificate in May 2015. Fawn is the president of the Madonna University Chapter of the Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners.
Sue returned to Madonna University to complete the Doctor of Nursing Practice along with a certificate in the Acute Care NP program. As an NP in the Surgical Intensive care unit and adjunct faculty, Sue felt compelled to further her education in order to provide the highest quality of care. Since completing her DNP and ACNP, Sue has become the lead NP at Sinai Grace Hospital. She precepts NP students in her clinical practice, providing them an excellent learning environment.
Comprehensively assess, diagnose, and treat common acute illnesses and manage chronic stable health conditions.LEARN MORE »
Provide primary care services to the adult-gerontology population and to provide advanced practice hospice/palliative care.LEARN MORE »
Foundational care of patients across the adult-older adult age spectrum within acute care settings.LEARN MORE »
Provide advanced practice acute care NP services to the adult-gerontology population, plus advanced practice hospice/palliative care.LEARN MORE »