Introducing “HAL” a High-fidelity Patient Simulator. Unfortunate for HAL his meth lab exploded and needed emergency medical attention. Dr. Clem and Mrs. Castillo’s Level 3 nursing students were able to jump into action and care for HAL during this most unfortunate event. With the help of Mrs. Lisa Crumbley; Dr. Clem and Mrs. Castillo were able to … Continue reading Introducing HAL
Compassion and empathy are key requirements in the EMS field where many calls are successfully handled with not just skills but a friendly face.
SPC adjunct Denise Fonzo, Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), was presented with the 2018 Educator of the Year award by the Florida Health Information Management Association.
Congratulations are in order for this year’s recipients of the Pinellas Park Medical District Scholarships.
HEC recently held its first Dine with the Dean LPN-RN Transitional Program information session where current LPN students from Pinellas Technical College and Erwin Technical College were invited to learn the next steps to become a registered nurse after they receive their LPN license.
More than 100 students and faculty across 11 academic programs displayed research and celebrated student achievements at the spring St. Petersburg College Health Sciences and Veterinary Technology Open House and Reception – the HEC showcase – in April.
Sigma Theta Tau International is the Honor Society Of Nursing (STTI). STTI is one of the largest international nursing organizations that is dedicated to making a difference in health worldwide. Upsilon Psi Chapter held an induction ceremony in April celebrating new members.
A group of six St. Petersburg College nursing students recently developed a health fair with Feeding America Tampa Bay to spread the word about the problem of “food insecurity.”
Taylor Griffin began life in the NICU at Mease Dunedin Hospital on Thanksgiving Day in 1993. Nurse Angie Margetto never forgot Thanksgiving day that year because she was called into work to help deliver a set of pre-mature twins dubbed the “Turkey Twins”. She still has a photo of her with those babies but never … Continue reading Thanksgiving baby, now a student, reconnects with nurse 25 years later
Eileen Hicks Professor Emeritus of St. Petersburg College shared her life experiences as a Midwife in Africa and in the United states with Level 2 Nursing students from Dr. Clem, Mrs. Castillo, Mrs. Pennock and Mr. Schwalbs class. Professor Hicks presented a power point presentation on Labor and Delivery and Dystocia. She brought props to share … Continue reading Maternal/ Newborn Guest Lecture for level 2 nursing