Rocky Mount, NC - In a recent ceremony, Nash Community College recognized EMT, Nurse Aide I and Nurse Aide II graduates.
The Emergency Medical Services program is a comprehensive approach to the delivery of emergency medical care to the critically ill and injured including training in transportation, communication, organization, evaluation and standard record keeping. The EMT graduates pictured below from left to right are: Front row - Kayla West of Rocky Mount and Kasey Thompson, Louisburg. Back row: Debra Jeffrey of Spring Hope, Nicholas Abernathy of Red Oak and James Williams of Sharpsburg. Not pictured: Christopher Jenkins of Elm City, John Locke of Enfield and Nathan Marshall of Rocky Mount.
The Nurse Aide I class introduces basic nursing skills required to provide personal care for patients in a health care setting. Nurse Aide I graduates are eligible to take the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP or NACES) Examination. The Nurse Aide I day class graduates pictured below from left to right are: Autumn Williams of Nashville, Christy Ellis of Bailey, Charity Mitchell of Rocky Mount, Cheryl Clark of Rocky Mount and Jasmine James of Rocky Mount. Not pictured: Regina Bradberry of Rocky Mount, Terry Daniel of Nashville, Anika Eaton of Franklinton, Meagan Langley of Rocky Mount, Erica Lowery of Spring Hope and Shannon Nolon of Rocky Mount.
The Nurse Aide I night class graduates pictured below from left to right are: Tawana White of Rocky Mount, Brittney McCready of Spring Hope, Emily Williams of Whitakers, Darlene Price of Sims, Jennifer Wheeless of Louisburg and Angie Lamm of Rocky Mount. Not Pictured: Silvana Battle of Rocky Mount, Carolyn Murray of Knightdale and Jameon Sheffield of Rocky Mount.
Nurse Aide I Hybrid Fast Track is an accelerated course allowing students to complete the Nurse Aide I course in nine weeks of online instruction, offered concurrently with six weeks of traditional class time. Hybrid indicates the lecture (theory) portion of the class is online. This course teaches basic nursing skills required to provide personal care for patients, residents, or clients in a health care setting. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is eligible to make application for the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP). The Nurse Aide I Hybrid Fast Track graduates pictured below from left to right are: Victoria Nelson of Wilson, Delia Carmona of Whitakers, Jacob Moore of Whitakers, Christina McLawhorn of Elm City. Back Row: Barbara Iwebo of R' Mt, Leslie Thomas of Rocky Mount, Sarah Perry of Nashville, Betina Sauls of Rocky Mount, Valorie Hill of Rocky Mount and Tonea Boone of Rocky Mount. Not Pictured: Renata Copeland of Rocky Mount, Cindy Davis of Rocky Mount, Lana Ethridge of Wilson, Talisha Lee of Louisburg, Lakeisha Lucas of Middlesex, Jesse Morris of Wilmington, Pamely Nanny-Bunn of Kenly, Bianca Piner of Nashville, Tawanda Pitt of Wilson, Elizabeth Riddick of Spring Hope, Candace Underwood of Rocky Mount, Lauren Underwood of Rocky Mount, Lynn Underwood of Rocky Mount, Teresa Ward of Wilson and Kimberly Williams of Nashville.
The Nurse Aide I Plus graduates pictured below from left to right are: Front Row - Carla Cantres of Rocky Mount, August Scott of Rocky Mount and Stacey Tisdale of Nashville. Back Row - Liberty Brake of Rocky Mount, Angelica Hernandez of Bailey, Beverly Harless of Spring Hope and Felicia Ammons of Elm City.
The Nurse Aide II course prepares students to perform more complex skills for patients or residents in a variety of settings. The course includes class, laboratory and clinical learning experiences. Upon satisfactory completion of the course and skill/competency evaluation, the student is eligible to apply for listing as a Nurse Aide II by the North Carolina Board of Nursing Nurse Aide Registry. The Nurse Aide II graduates pictured below from left to right are: Clementine Johnson of Nashville and LaShawnya Norman of Battleboro. Not Pictured: LaToya Alston of Rocky Mount, Tonya Armstrong of Nashville, Quiona Bobbitt of Nashville, Chassidy Cunningham of Rocky Mount, Quinneshia Flowers of Tarboro, Richard Jones of Zebulon and Danielle Mitchell of Spring Hope.
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Kelley Deal Nash Community College Public Relations Director 252-451-8235