The South Puget Sound Community College Nursing Program is now accepting applications for its revamped Nursing Program.
“We’ve redesigned the nursing program here at South Puget Sound to meet the needs of 21st century healthcare,” new Associate Dean of Nursing Laurie Choate said.
The program redesign centered on new technology and practices in the field, as well as health care reform changes that have impacted the nursing profession. Not only has the redesign strengthen the program’s nursing education, but also improved the quality of instruction. Redesigned curriculum has been crafted to meet both localized needs as well as the recently announced statewide direct transfer agreement.
Nursing Professor Jillian Heist said the redesign also includes “updated evidence based practice standards which we will utilize to educate future nurses to meet 21st century health care needs.” She added the program is taking an innovative approach to delivery and organization of curriculum as well.
The program’s effort has centered, ultimately, on helping nursing students succeed in the field.
“Our focus is on student success,” Choate said. “We are here to help you achieve your goals of graduating.”
More information about the revamped nursing program is available through the “Links” tab on the right side of this page, which includes the application, admission information, and more. More information is also available via e-mail at .
The challenges are great-long hours of study and exacting, often stressful, working conditions. But if you choose a career in nursing, you’ll find the rewards are many.
Nurses are in demand throughout the world. Geographic and upward mobility are excellent. Most important, whether you work in a clinic, hospital or private practice, you’ll be part of a tightly-knit team that helps people of all ages and from all ethnic and social backgrounds.
If you’re ready to invest your time and efforts in nursing, the instructors at South Puget Sound Community College are determined to give you the best training and education available.
Nursing, science and chemistry courses taken over seven years from time of application may not transfer. The final evaluation of these courses will reside with the Director of Nursing.
What You'll Do Here
As an LPN and RN candidate, you’ll build a solid knowledge of anatomy, physiology and basic chemistry. You’ll also learn about psychiatric and mental health nursing and study trends and issues that dramatically affect the health care field. You’ll perform your clinical work in a local hospital, health clinic, or health care agency. While in the RN program, you’ll work in a preceptorship with an experienced nurse.
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