The University of Texas at El Paso and HCA Healthcare announced a four-year $750,000 partnership to create nursing fellowships and a graduate degree to advance health care administration.

UTEP President Heather Wilson said health and human services is the fastest growing employment sector in the state.

“We sometimes talk about education as being a personal event that will make your life better if you go to college, and that’s true,” she said. “But sometimes I think we need to think about how important it is for the community, that higher education benefits all of us. If we have to take our kids to the emergency room, and there is an educator and technician or nurse there, we all benefit. Our lives are better for living in an educated community.”

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