Welcome to Belmont University School of Nursing! My name is Sandy Murabito. The courses I primarily teach are Health Assessment and Professional Nursing. In the past I have taught clinical for Introduction to Nursing and Adult Health as well as the corresponding lab experiences that go with these courses. In addition, I am the faculty advisor for the Student Nurses Association.
The field of science has always fascinated me. In particular I continue to be awestruck in how God individually crafts each of us in such a unique and wonderful way. Also I have always had a strong desire to help and serve others. I have found that nursing allows me to use science, my desire to care for others and creativity in ways I could never have imagined. In nursing I have found that the opportunities to do what I love are limitless and the blessings reaped are abundant.
I earned my ADN from Western Kentucky in 1982 and while working as a registered nurse went back to school to obtain my BSN from Western Kentucky University in 1984. I received my MSN in Nursing Administration from Vanderbilt University in 1989. I have worked in medical- surgical units as well as gynecology and oncology. I have worked as a staff nurse, nurse manager, and since 1991 have enjoyed teaching the art and practice of Nursing to others.
Outside of work I am blessed to be the mother of two daughters. I love music, art and being outdoors.