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Lutheran School of Nursing closed July 27, 2022.

Lutheran School of Nursing records are stored at the following locations.

1. South City Hospital-Medical Records 314-865-7000

South City Hospital has retained academic transcripts and required school records.
Please submit a written request with signature for any non-transcript requests.
Please submit a transcript request form for academic transcripts.
All requests should be mailed to:

Lutheran School of Nursing
Attn: Medical Records
3933 S Broadway
Saint Louis, MO 63118

2. Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development 573-751-2361

Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development has academic transcripts only.
Please use the request form on the closed school page to request. Closed School Information (


The Lutheran School of Nursing has been educating nurses for more than 100 years. Located in South St. Louis on the Jefferson campus of South City Hospital, the School is a department of South City Hospital. We are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), have conditional approval from the Missouri State Board of Nursing, and authorized to operate by the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development.

We offer today's students a 26-month hospital-based diploma nursing program that includes both a Registered Nurse Track and a Licensed Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse [LPN to RN] Bridge Track.

In addition to hands on clinical experience, nursing students receive classroom instruction in our Education Floor, which includes a health science library, instructional laboratories, classroom and conference area. Financial aid, counseling services and leadership opportunities are available.

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Our mission is to educate nursing graduates who will be of help to others. To complete the program students will meet these Specific Competencies of the Graduate Nurse:

  1. Utilize evidence for nursing care to improve the health and well-being of patients across the lifespan.
  2. Demonstrate safe nursing skills and clinical reasoning for comprehensive patient-centered care.
  3. Collaborate effectively for the advocacy of patients within the family and community context.
  4. Perform patient-centered care with effective patient educatidetermination, integrity, and on-going growth.
  5. Utilize community resources to meet the continuing health care needs of patients within the family/community systems.
  6. Practice professional nursing identity incorporating accountability, responsibility, and ethical commitment.
  7. Utilize the nurse's role to demonstrate caring and advocacy for diverse patients within the family and community context.
  8. Utilize a spirit of inquiry to challenge assumptions, investigate evidence, and offer new insights that support the safety and improvement of patient care.


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Attn: Medical Records
3933 South Broadway
St. Louis MO 63118
Phone: 314-865-7000
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