North Reading Native Rebecca Hill Joins MGH Institute as Assistant Professor

BOSTON – North Reading native, Rebecca Hill, DNP, RN, FNP-C, has joined MGH Institute of Health Professions as an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing.


Dr. Hill brings eight years of clinical expertise as well as teaching experience in both accelerated and traditional nursing programs.  Previously, Dr. Hill served as assistant professor and clinical instructor at several local colleges, including Duke University, where she was honored with the school’s 2013 Outstanding DNP Capstone Award.


Along with her position at the MGH Institute, Dr. Hill will continue her appointment as a family nurse practitioner in emergency medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Her clinical interests are centered on acute and chronic disease management in the adult and geriatric populations. Dr. Hill’s research has been published in various medical journals and academic publications for her research in health promotion and disease prevention. She also has served as a major contributor to Elsevier’s Ultimate Review for the NCLEX-RN.


Dr. Hill earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice in 2013 and a Master of Science in Nursing in 2010 from Duke University.


MGH Institute of Health Professions, founded by Massachusetts General Hospital in 1977, is an innovative and independent graduate school in Boston that is a member of Partners HealthCare. A progressive leader in developing compre­hensive models of health care education, the MGH Institute prepares advanced practice professionals in the fields of communication sciences and disorders, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and rehabilitation sciences through a distinctive combination of academic study, clinical practice, and research. More than 1,200 students are enrolled in graduate level and certificate programs, with an increasing number of courses available online. The MGH Institute is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).


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