Students from SPC’s Student Nurses’ Association networked and learned new things at the National Student Nurse Association’s annual convention.
Brandi Jordan, the SGA President of the St. Petersburg College Health Education Center received the Bob Graham Distinguished Service Award.
St. Petersburg College’s Health Education Center will hold their annual Open House and Student Success Showcase event on Wednesday, April 17 at the Caruth Health Education Center, 7200 66th St N, Pinellas Park. The free event will be from 5 – 7 p.m., and is open to SPC staff, students and the community. The U.S. … Continue reading SPC Health Ed Center Hosts Open House
The SNA sponsered the “Be the Match” presentation on March 25 with two presenters; Liz Schramm and Marc Silver. Liz Schramm is an ADN and BSN graduate of SPC College of Nursing. She presented an excellent program about her personal journey of being diagnosed with leukemia and receiving stem cells from a perfect match found … Continue reading Be the Match
The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) celebrated the 30th annual Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week, March 24-30, 2019. During HIP Week, those who work in the field engage in focused activities in their organizations and the community to raise awareness of the important work they perform. This year’s theme was “Driven by Health Data.” … Continue reading Health Information Professionals celebrated at SPC
An 89-year-old man contacted college staff to praise an SPC nursing student who took the time to make sure he arrived safely area hospital.
Every student within St. Petersburg College’s College of Nursing has a unique story, perspective and personal goal. Many share their hopes and allow their professors to contribute to applications to graduate programs. One of our biggest thrills has always been sharing in the celebration as their professional dreams continue to come true through further education. … Continue reading Nursing Program Graduate Shares Thanks
On Monday, March 4, 2019, 103 students and 14 faculty members participated in the Inter-professional Education Event at SPC’s Health Education Center. Now in its third year, student participation in this event has doubled since the first year, which had only 50 students. Various faculty and program directors from the different health disciplines participated in … Continue reading Health Education Center Holds Inter-professional Event
Makenzie Silcox is a graduate of the SPC nursing class of December 2018. Makenzie successfully completed all four levels of the nursing program and went on to successfully pass her NCLEX exam on the first try. Makenzie was hired by BayCare’s St. Joseph Children’s hospital in Tampa as a new graduated nurse. She will be … Continue reading Nursing Student = Graduated Nurse
Level 3 Nursing students; Pa Ly, Emily Dwyer, Stephen Welch, and Aryan Szczarowski (not pictured) combing through 20 bags of soiled laundry searching for a client’s eye glasses after they were inadvertently placed in the linen bag after staff had changed the linens. The nurse manager, client and family recognized the nursing students by awarding … Continue reading SPC Nursing Students to the Rescue