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Helen Wood Hall

The School of Nursing is housed in Helen Wood Hall, just across the street from the University of Rochester Medical Center and Strong Memorial Hospital.

255 Crittenden Boulevard, Rochester NY 14642

Place Type

Medical Center



Upcoming Events

Embark Open House for Research Faculty

As we accelerate to a new era of clinical research together with the Embark initiative, you may have a number of questions about what to expect as research...

Monday, July 8 4:00pm
DNP Meet & Greet from the UR School of Nursing

Meet with Program Director Lydia Rotondo, DNP, RN, CNS to learn more about the Doctor of Nursing Practice program (Post BS-DNP, DNP) from the University of...

Thursday, July 18 5:00pm
School of Nursing Open House

Open House (All programs, not including APNN) Meet with admissions representatives and faculty to learn more about the RN to BS program, master's programs,...

Tuesday, July 30 5:00pm
School of Nursing Accelerated Programs Open House

Meet with admissions representatives and faculty to learn more about the Accelerated Bachelor's and Master's Programs for Non-Nurses available from the...

Thursday, August 1 5:00pm

Recent Events

Monthly LIFT Event

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Recent Activity


SUSANNE PALLO left a positive review Friday, March 29, 2019

Loved it! I feel like I am a better-informed citizen after attending this lecture.


LINDA LORD left a positive review Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Thank you for asking for feedback. It was delightful to meet you up close and learn of your insights for our institution moving ahead. You bring a wealth of experience, exciting times! I would like to introduce ourselves. We are an NP driven Adult Nutrition Support Clinic that is very unique. Two NPs manage home TPN and tube fed patients. We perform the nutrition assessments to optimize our patients' weight, hydration and electrolyte status in addition to managing and replacing their G and J tubes. I have been active nationally giving numerous presentations and have > 40 publications related to Nutrition Support. I feel that nurses, who have the closest contact with patients, could be more engaged in the nutritional aspects of patient care and care of their access devices. If there is any way that I can assist with this, please let me know.
Again thank you for your Nursing Grand Rounds presentation yesterday.
Linda Lord, ACNP-BC


MARSHA JENSEN left a negative review Wednesday, February 14, 2018

The live webcast did not work yesterday, so I missed it.

Helen Wood Hall

Helen Wood Hall posted a photo Tuesday, August 15, 2017