June 30, 2011
Cowley/Pratt Nursing and Allied Health programs hold Open House
Individuals interested in the nursing and allied health professions took part in Tuesday’s Open House held at Cowley College’s Allied Health Center in Winfield.
Program information was available on the Cowley College and Pratt Community College Nursing Cooperative, while lab tours were also provided. The come-and-go reception ran from 4-6 p.m.
“It was great to have the opportunity to speak with the public and future students,” Chris Cannon, Cowley College Allied Health Department Chair/EMS Education Program Director said.
Cowley College and Pratt Community College’s partnership was designed to better meet the healthcare needs of the community and students. Cowley College can provide all of the pre-requisites required for a nursing degree, while Pratt Community College will provide the technical nursing classes.
Cowley offers 12 different programs to give people the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in the healthcare industry. Courses are offered at Cowley’s centers in Winfield, Arkansas City, and Mulvane.
Allied Health is dedicated to providing excellent healthcare education in the disciplines of Mobile Intensive Care Technician, EMS Education, CNA/CMA and related classes, RN program, and long term adult health care administrator.
Demand for all healthcare professionals, including registered nurses and licensed practical nurses, is at an all-time high. Career opportunities are unlimited, salaries and benefits are excellent, and you can make a difference in people’s lives every day.
For more information on programs offered at Cowley College’s Allied Health Center please contact 620-229-5981 or go to www.cowley.edu/allied
Pictured, from left, Pratt RN instructor Sandra Nissen, and Pratt nursing instructor Sharon Logan.