Vocational Nurses are entry-level nurses who care for sick, injured, or convalescing patients, under the direction of physicians and registered nurses.
Integrity College of Health vocational nurse training program provides students with nursing skills for direct patient care. Graduates should be able to function as part of the interdisciplinary healthcare team in selected healthcare settings with individuals, families and communities across the life span. Contact Integrity College of Health to learn more about the skills you can develop in this program.
Prerequisites: Must have high school diploma or GED, Need Physical and T.B. Test, Pass entrance exam
- Fundamentals of Nursing
- Nursing Across the Life Span
- Pharmacology, Pharmacology II
- Medical-Surgical I, Medical-Surgical II, Medical-Surgical III
- Maternity Nursing
- Pediatric Nursing
- Psychology Nursing
- Community Nursing
- Transitioning to Nursing
Upon completion of the program, the graduate will:
- Implement safe nursing skills for common patient needs in a variety of settings.
- Develop an interest in pursuit and development of knowledge regarding the discipline of nursing.
- Proceed with nursing care while maintaining accountability and professionalism within the legal and ethical standards of the nursing program.
- Predict, plan, and implement comprehensive care plans utilizing critical thinking skills to care for patients as human beings with common requirements.
- Discuss therapeutic relationships through both verbal and nonverbal communication with clients, their significant others, and the multidisciplinary healthcare team.
- Meet eligibility requirements of the state licensing examination.
This program is accredited by ABHES.
The focus is on your achievement!
The goal of our program is to help you graduate with the confidence and qualifications to begin your career as a Licensed Vocational Nurse.
Please refer to the latest School Catalog for more information.