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LPN Program

Instructor: Melissa Perry

Concentration: HE0776 Practical Nursing

Program Syllabi:

Anatomy and Physiology

Fundamentals of Nursing

Geriatrics

Medical-Surgical Nursing

Mental Health

Nutrition

Obstetrics

Pediatrics

Pharmacology

PVR I

PVR II

The Licensed Practical Nursing Program is a twelve month adult education program. The pre-entrance exam is given in January of each year to qualify for the August entry. The curriculum consists of systematically organized classroom instruction, laboratory practice and clinical experience. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will receive a certificate of completion which deems them eligible to take the NCLEX-PN for licensure.

The Logan-Mingo School of Practical Nursing is offered at the Ralph R.Willis Career Center and sponsored by the Logan County Board of Education through cooperation with the West Virginia Division of Vocational and Adult Education. The nursing program is accredited by the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses and seeks to conform to all written requirements and policies of the West Virginia State Board of Examiners for LPNs and the West Virginia Division of Vocational and Adult Education.

The nursing program is affiliated with Logan Regional Medical Center, WV Health Systems, Genesis Eldercare/Logan Center, Trinity Health Care, Highland Hospital, Logan-Mingo Mental Health, Dignity Hospice, Logan Hematology/Oncology, WV-Dialysis and other clinical facilities. 

The goal of the faculty is to assist you in gaining the knowledge and skills necessary for safe, competent nursing practice. Your responsibilities include studying, learning and applying the knowledge and skills that are offered to you. As a student of the LPN program, it is also your responsibility to conduct yourself in a professional manner and to be accountable for your actions. One of your primary responsibilities is to know and follow all policies of the nursing program.

 

 

 

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