Harriet Rothkopf Heilbrunn Academic Nursing Center

Harriet Rothkopf Heilbrunn B'32 Nursing Center

The Harriet Rothkopf Heibrunn B’32 Academic Nursing Center was established in 2006, with a generous gift made by its namesake. The mission of the Center, in keeping with the standards of the profession and with Long Island University’s mission of Access and Excellence, is to reduce health disparities among high-risk populations by providing education for vulnerable, underserved populations in the downtown Brooklyn area. Health and wellness promotion and management of chronic diseases are emphasized.

In addition, the Harriet Rothkopf Heibrunn B’32 Academic Nursing Center seeks to integrate student clinical experience and faculty practice in the effective provision of education, health care and research, which is determined by the needs of the community.


Numerous health-related events are held throughout the year for members of the Campus community as well as for members of the community at large. Please check this site for event dates sponsored by the Nursing Center.
The Campus’ Wellness, Recreation and Athletic Center also hosts numerous health- and wellness-related events and provides a broad array of services in which members of the Campus community and the surrounding community can participate and from which they can benefit.


Harriet Rothkopf Heilbrunn
School of Nursing

Dr. Margaret Stroehlein, Dean