Baltimore ABSN Site
Baltimore earned the moniker “Charm City” in 1975 because many considered it a hidden gem. Decades later, it still lives up to its name, quietly developing a distinguished reputation for excellence in industry and medicine to boot.
Today, it is home to approximately 2.7 million people, the 20th largest metro area in the United States, and the key economic center in Maryland, led by tourism, the high-tech and biotech industries and, most importantly for those interested in starting a nursing career here, medicine.
ABSN Program Location
While our main campus is located in Baltimore, Notre Dame Hybrid ABSN students participate in nursing skills and simulation labs multiple days each week at our program site off-campus.
ABSN Learning Site
6810 Deerpath Road, Suite 320
Elkridge, MD 21075
Students enrolled in the on-campus ABSN program will go to the Center for Caring with Technology, located on our main campus.
Tour the ABSN Learning Site in Elkridge
Health Care in Baltimore
Home to Johns Hopkins Medicine, Baltimore is known across the region as a prestigious incubator for medical advancement, making it a great place for those looking to start careers in the city’s growing health care sector, especially those who hold a BSN.
Baltimore has become a global hub for leaders in health care research and innovation:
- U.S. News and World Report ranks Johns Hopkins Medicine the #3 Hospital in the U.S., #1 in Maryland.
- Johns Hopkins receives more research dollars than any university in the country. (National Science Foundation, data for fiscal year 2017).
- In 2016, The Maryland Proton Treatment Center, a leading-edge cancer center that uses highly advanced proton therapy, began accepting patients.
- The billion-dollar University of Maryland BioPark opened in 2005 and covers 12 acres and 1.8 million square feet of office and laboratory space.
Health care is a growing employment sector on the statewide level, with some of Maryland’s leading employers in the industry calling Baltimore home:
- University of Maryland Medical System
- Johns Hopkins University
- Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System
- MedStar Health
The upswing in the region’s health care job market is slated to continue, as more than $3 billion has been invested in recent hospital expansions in the area, including Johns Hopkins Medical Campus; the University of Maryland, Baltimore; Mercy Hospital; Baltimore/Washington Medical Center; Upper Chesapeake Medical Center; and St. Agnes.
While our nursing program will keep you busy studying as well as attending labs and clinical rotations, if you become a transplant to the area you’ll find yourself charmed by the attractions Charm City has to offer, including:
- More than 30 world-class museums (including the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore Museum of Industry and Maryland Historical Society)
- Baltimore Zoo
- NFL team, Baltimore Ravens
- National Aquarium
- Inner Harbor
- Hippodrome Theater
- Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine (place that inspired the U.S. national anthem)
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, the city’s Major League baseball team
Contact us to learn more about what it’s like to study nursing in Baltimore.