As Labouré College celebrates its 125th anniversary, the team from ABC’s Chronicle traveled to the Milton campus to learn about Labouré’s history and future. Chronicle will air the episode on Channel 5 WCVB on Wednesday, December 13, at 7:30 PM.
Our students are part of a tradition of exceptional healthcare education in the Boston area which began with the College’s founding in 1892. The graduates of Labouré’s diverse programs in Nursing, Radiation Therapy, Neurodiagnostic Technology, Intraoperative Neuromonitoring, and Health Information Technology go on to become leaders in their field, educating and mentoring the healthcare professionals of tomorrow and providing compassionate, highly-skilled care to their patients. Labouré students are not traditional college students; many are working adults changing careers, working full-time, and often raising children all while attending classes to realize their dream of caring for others. “As we celebrate 125 years of providing healthcare education to the region, I am thrilled Chronicle is showcasing Labouré College. Our students are truly making a difference and as many are career changers or parents, it is wonderful that their story will be told,” said Dr. Lea Johnson, Interim President. The demand for competent and compassionate professionals will only continue to grow, and Labouré College will continue to provide opportunities for students to become the healthcare providers their patients deserve.
Labouré College invites the community to join in celebrating our 125th anniversary by tuning in to Chronicle on Wednesday, December 13. Watch the episode here