• “SPC is truly my alma mater. The program is well structured, challenging at times, but very informative, educational and interesting. The online program gave me an opportunity to complete my studies on my own time, which was tremendously helpful in combining work and education.”
    Maryana Pavlyshyn-Dady, graduate of the A.S. and B.S. nursing programs

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  • As technology advances and aging baby boomers require more health services, the future for registered nurses is bright. SPC’s Nursing programs help meet the demands of the changing health care industry.


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    St. Petersburg College Professor Sandy Campbell, PhD, RN and her Professional Roles class (first course in the RN-BSN program) co-created a code of conduct using concepts and principles from Dr. Cynthia Clark, author of the book, Civility in Nursing, and the work of Joe Tye, the Values Coach (“Pickle Pledge”). Read more.

    New scholarship honors nurse who began her career in World War II

    For the next 25 years, a new scholarship in honor of a former World War II Army nurse will help a single parent who is a student at St. Petersburg College pursue the dream of a nursing degree. The Pat Sattler RN Nursing Scholarship, established at the St. Read more.

    LRMA’s role in local health care showcased in national report

    Museums have long been essential pillars in America’s educational infrastructure. But, increasingly, museums of all types and sizes — including the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art on the Tarpon Springs Campus at St. Petersburg College — are integral to U.S. health care in a variety of ways. Read more.

    Advance your career in health services

    If you have previous training in a health field and want to move up in your career, St. Petersburg College’s Health Services Administration bachelor’s degree can be your ticket. Read more.

    Community Health Improvement Plan meeting produces outstanding results

    Community health care stakeholders recently gathered at St. Petersburg College’s Collaborative Labs to work with Dr. Claude Dharamraj, Director of the Pinellas County Department of Health, to develop the Pinellas County Community Health Improvement Plan for 2013-2017. Among the many participants were community leaders: Beth Houghton, Executive Director, St. Read more.

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