Elizabeth Scott Carrington was instrumental in founding Carolina’s School of Nursing in 1950. The school was the first statewide program of its kind in the nation.
In 1969, 19 years after its creation, the building housing Carolina’s School of Nursing was named Carrington Hall to honor Elizabeth Scott Carrington. At 67 years old, she received this distinction with gratefulness and joy for the journey she had embarked on with this school.
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