St. Petersburg College’s Health Education Center held their second annual Break the Stigma event on Oct. 7 to educate future health care professionals.
Ashley comes from a family of nurses and, while also harboring an interest in engineering, hoped to pursue a career in health care. Rather than let go of one of her passions, she found a happy marriage between the two in the Orthotics & Prosthetics Technology A.S. program.
The Spring Nursing Pinning Ceremony took place in May at Countryside Christian Church in Clearwater, Florida. The pinning ceremony is symbolic welcoming to newly graduated nurses into the nursing profession. The new nurses are presented with nursing pins and yellow rose by the level four faculty.
In May, a few nursing faculty members toured CAE Healthcare in Sarasota, Florida. CAE Healthcare delivers educational tools that help healthcare professionals provide safe and high quality patient care. Ms. Rhonda Anderson, Mrs. Anne Morris, Mrs. Theresa Castillo, Mrs. Deb Esenwein and Mrs. Lisa Crumbley spent the day touring the factory and simulation lab. They … Continue reading Nursing Faculty tour CAE Healthcare in Sarasota, Florida
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.