Two years ago, Dr. Gail Fyke's son was successfully recovering from brain surgery at a New York area hospital, when inspiration struck ... an idea for a unique research project that is now helping people in the Decatur community.
Dr. Gail Fyke recognized for contributions to the nursing profession
Millikin hosts on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinic
Millikin University nursing students served as an integral part of an on-campus COVID-19 vaccination clinic held in the University Commons on May 4. Nursing students received firsthand experience by helping the Macon County Health Department administer vaccines to students, faculty, staff, and local community members.
Many have faced challenges and unique changes the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but perhaps none have seen more challenges than those in the medical field. Nurses and Millikin nursing students alike have had to adapt to the current climate and have been tested to their limits.
Pass Rate places Millikin third highest in Illinois for BSN Programs
How the College of Professional Studies modified classes during the pandemic
"They have shown their determination and adaptability during this unparalleled time in our history."
Dr. Kooken to begin appointment as director Aug. 1, 2021
MU School of Nursing honored for excellence in nursing education
Theresa Rutherford '90 named President and CEO of HSHS St. Mary's Hospital
Millikin graduate to join Intensive Care Unit
Millikin University student Hailey Quinlan is set to graduate this December from the Millikin School of Nursing as a registered nurse. Following graduation, Quinlan will begin her career at Decatur Memorial Hospital as a nurse on the Intensive Care Unit.