5 recent nursing graduates and myself travelled to Subirana, Honduras for a week long mission trip with United Methodist Volunteers in Mission.
Over Spring Break, Dr. Lacey Wallace and two nursing students, Callie Wilson and Walden Brown, traveled to Subirana Honduras on a mission trip with the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission. The group were able to visit a local clinic for a day, and assisted with triaging the patients, doing assessments and providing education to young women.
The photo shows the fall 2018 MGSANS president, Hunter Stringer, accepting the award from the Georgia Association of Nursing Students state officer, Morgan Wade.
The Office of Graduate Studies will host one final Graduate School Information Event before the end of the fall 2018 term during November “Apply Free” month on the Macon Campus in the Jones Building Lobby on Tuesday, November 27th from 10 am to 2 pm.
Madison Watson works two jobs and serves as president of the Campus Activities Board on MGA’s Warner Robins Campus while pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
After working as an RN for nearly a dozen years, Darquita Loyd was ready for her career to take a new direction as she eased into her mid-30s. “In order to move beyond being a bedside nurse I had to obtain a higher degree,” said Loyd, who works for Navicent Health in Macon. “I was Continue reading
Courtney Poole did not let her visual impairment stop her from realizing her dream of becoming an RN.
Middle Georgia State University (MGA) will launch a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy in fall 2018. The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia recently approved the program. MGA’s new degree is just the fourth traditional baccalaureate Respiratory Therapy program in Georgia and the only one in the central and southwest part of the state. Continue reading
#MGA’s master’s degree in Nursing has produced its first graduates! The 11 students making up the charter class were pinned by members of their family or a Nursing faculty member during a July 25 ceremony on the Macon Campus. A pinning ceremony is a time-honored tradition where health sciences graduates are symbolically ushered into their Continue reading
Transitioning from her Army career, Tina Scott enrolled at MGA to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Nursing. Learn more about Tina’s experience in making this transition here.