NURSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE CONVENES AT DSCC
NURSING ADVISORY COMMITTEE CONVENES AT DSCC – Dyersburg State Community College (DSCC) welcomed members of the Nursing Advisory Committee to a meeting held Jan. 10 inside the Security Bank Community Learning Center on the Dyersburg campus.
The agenda included a report that 106 students are expected to graduate and become Registered Nurses (RNs) in 2017, an increase from 84 graduates in 2016. Of those 84 graduates, 88.2 percent passed the State board exam on the first try. The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) accredits the nursing program at DSCC.
Those present for the meeting were (front row L to R) Amy Johnson, DSCC dean of nursing, Mary Adcock, committee member, Kim Dew, DSCC nursing instructor, Christie Hamilton, DSCC nursing instructor, Michelle Davis, DSCC nursing instructor, Tonya Medford, nursing instructor at Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Newbern, (back row L to R) Brad Woody, program director at Air Evac Lifeteam, Janie Bard, nurse manager at Tennova Healthcare-Dyersburg Regional, Kelley Burg, family nurse practitioner at Med-South Healthcare, Dr. Teri Maddox, DSCC vice president for the college, Gina Seratt, DSCC nursing instructor, Christie Hamm, DSCC nursing instructor, Jackie Watson, DSCC nursing instructor and Dr. Karen Bowyer, DSCC president.
For more information on DSCC’s nursing program, contact Jackie Cherry, nursing secretary, at 731-286-3390 or firstname.lastname@example.org.