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Sponsors and participants needed for April 20 “Shoot for the Heart” event

The seventh annual local “Shoot for the Heart” event to benefit the Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will take place on Thursday, April 20 in Tunica. Northwest is looking for sponsors and participants for this year’s events. The event is sponsored by the Paper Packers Sporting Clays Club, and the Community Foundation of […]

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Jaggers to sign Nursing Division cookbooks at Northwest March 30

The community is invited to taste some delicious treats and meet News Channel 3  Meteorologist Jim Jaggers  at the Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing building on Thursday, March 30 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Jaggers will be on hand to sign the Nursing Division Cookbook from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. that day according […]

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Woolfolk, Taylor honored at Senatobia Rotary Club

Left, William Michael Woolfolk of Senatobia (center), a sophomore studying nursing, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s February Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Woolfolk (l-r) are Dr. Denise Bynum, division director of Nursing, Jamie Woolfolk, wife, Stacy Taylor, nursing instructor and adviser and Rotary President-elect, Addison Lawrence. Woolfolk is an […]

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Northwest Workforce and Nursing Division provide IV Therapy certification classes

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Division of Nursing and Workforce Development are teaming up again in 2017 to offer training that will give licensed practical nurses (LPNs) better job opportunities. According to Dr. Denise Bynum, division director of Nursing, Northwest will again offer the clinical portion of the IV (Intravenous) Therapy Certification Course. LPNs who need to […]

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Northwest Nursing Division has cookbooks for sale

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing is selling cookbooks to support News Channel 3 meteorologist Jim Jaggers’ “Go Jim Go” campaign for LeBonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis and Northwest Nursing students. Nursing faculty, former faculty, student nurses and graduates all contributed toward the cookbook, according to Dr. Denise Bynum, division director of Nursing. […]

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Nursing students inducted into national nursing honor society

These Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing students were recently inducted into Northwest’s Gamma Zeta chapter of Alpha Delta Nu, a national nursing honor society. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA in nursing classes and overall. Pictured front row (left to right) Jenny Smith of Oxford, Abbey Ponder of Southaven, Paula Miller of Waterford, Christina Neely […]

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Jaggers visits Northwest Division of Nursing

Pictured: Memphis Meteorologist Jim Jaggers of WREG, News Channel 3 visited the Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Division recently. The division is in the process of publishing a cookbook to support “Go Jim Go,” Jaggers’ annual bike ride in support of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The Nursing Division has raised $945 on the pre-sale of […]

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Northwest Nursing Division to offer free Informational Sessions

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will offer free Informational Sessions for anyone interested in applying to the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program, according to Dr. Denise Bynum, division director. The upcoming sessions will be offered on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 1 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 21 at 10 a.m.  and will last […]

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Sledge, Hale Endowments recognized at Scholarship ceremony

Right, At a recent ceremony honoring those who have established endowed scholarships at Northwest Mississippi Community College, a plaque of appreciation was presented by Northwest President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (far left) to the family of Vicki Hale for the establishment of the Victoria P. Hale Endowment. The scholarship was established by the Northwest Nursing […]

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Nursing students participate in Health Fair

Northwest Mississippi Community College nursing students (left to right) Brittany Ramey and Candice Riles, both of Olive Branch, James Barrett of Walls, Destinee Boone of Olive Branch and Christina Neely of Southaven recently participated in a Health Fair at Colonial Hills Church in Southaven as a part of the church’s Health Ministry. The students conducted […]

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