Becoming an LPN in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is the second most populous city in the state of Colorado. The city is home to 7 hospitals, 24 nursing homes, and more than 50 home health agencies that serve its 439,886 residents. Area hospitals include Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and Evans U.S. Army Community Hospital. Among Colorado Springs’ 24 nursing homes are Parkmoor Village Healthcare Center. Enhanced Health Services and Caring Compassion Home Care are just two of the home health agencies that serve area residents.

Colorado Springs healthcare providers and facilities employ 750 licensed practical nurses. LPN's who work in Colorado Springs earn an average hourly wage of $20.27 and an average annual salary of $42,160. The average pay rates for Colorado Springs LPN's are higher than the average pay rates for Pueblo LPN's, who earn an average of $19.31 hourly and $40,160 annually. However, Colorado Springs LPN's earn less than Denver LPN's, who earn an average of $22.47 hourly and $46,730 annually.

One LPN program currently operates in the Colorado Springs area. It is located at Pikes Peak Community College, which is in the city of Colorado Springs.

LPN Programs Near Colorado Springs, Colorado

111 Havana St, Aurora, CO (303) 861-1151

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500 N Airport Blvd, Aurora, CO (303) 344-4910

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13750 E. Mississippi Avenue, Aurora, CO (800) 477-7462

1860 Lincoln Street, Denver, CO (720) 423-4700