The Ann May Center for Nursing

At the Ann May Center for Nursing we are committed to protecting the future of nursing and have established specific initiatives to recruit, educate, and retain first rate nurses at Meridian Health hospitals and our many partner companies.

While Meridian continues to offer and widely publicize the availability of nursing opportunities with excellent salaries and benefits, the Meridian Ann May Center provides our nurses with educational counseling, clinical placements, lectures, workshops, alumni resources, recognition for professional excellence and research support.

The Ann May Nursing Center for the Advancement of Professional Nursing Practice was established in 1997 to support the evolving needs of nurses in a rapidly changing health care environment.

Taking its name from the former Ann May School of Nursing, the diploma program that was associated with Jersey Shore University Medical Center since 1903, the Center for Nursing serves as a linking resource to each of the Nursing Departments within the Meridian Health family for educational enrichment, financial support, and research initiatives.

Ann May Center for Nursing

1355 Campus Parkway, Suite 103
Neptune, NJ 07753
phone: 732-481-8570
fax: 732-481-8597

The 12th Annual Ann May Center Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference Poster Presentations
Great news from the 2016 Annual Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Conference this past November, the informative and inspiring poster presentations are now available for viewing. The Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Posters can be viewed on the Ann May Center for Nursing.

Center for Simulation and Experiential Learning 
With a vision to cultivate an organizational environment that is dedicated to interdisciplinary, professional, patient centered education through the use of experiential and simulation based learning, Meridian Health has committed resources to the new Center for Clinical Simulation.

New Knowledge Congress
New Knowledge and Innovations Congress purpose – to bring together the council chairs and mentors of the specialty scholars (quality, research, EBP, geriatric) in order to foster and support nurses in generating new knowledge, implementing best practice protocols, improving care processes and achieving the highest quality nursing care.

Specialty Scholar Projects
The Specialty Scholar Program is a component of the Clinical Advancement and Recognition of Excellences (CARE) program. Specialty Scholars complete projects in research, evidence-based practice or quality improvement.

The Ann May Memorial Homeopathic Hospital opened in Spring Lake in 1904 as a memorial to the daughter of Alboina N. Whartenby. The Ann May School of Nursing began its tradition of offering the finest entry –level hospital-based nursing diploma program available in the area shortly after.

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