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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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Nursing division welcomes UMMC dean to campus

  Pictured:  Dr. Marcia Rachel (right) spoke to over 300 Northwest Mississippi Community College nursing and practical nursing students and nursing faculty at the Senatobia campus recently. The session was designed to help students and faculty understand civility, bullying and violence in the workforce, and to identify strategies to promote civility in nursing and nursing […]

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Northwest nursing honor students conduct health fair

Alpha Delta Nu nursing honor society inductees from Northwest Mississippi Community College recently hosted a health fair as a part of their induction process. The fair was held at LifePointe Village, an assisted living facility located in Southaven. The inductees brought prepared educational materials covering health screenings, vaccinations, safe exercises and diet and nutrition for […]

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Nursing division kicks off informational sessions

Pictured:  Dr. Denise Bynum, division director of Nursing at Northwest Mississippi Community College, welcomes participants to the college’s first Nursing Informational Session on July 19. Anyone interested in applying for nursing school is encouraged to attend a session to learn about admission criteria, the application process, competitive criteria for admission and how to increase their […]

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Northwest Nursing Advisory Board holds meeting

Pictured: The Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Advisory Board met in the Nursing Building on June 23. Numerous members of Northwest nursing and other faculty, staff and administration attended the meeting, including Bill Dawson, member of the Northwest Board of Trustees and Bradley Thompson, instructor, Northwest Practical Nursing program. Guests from the medical community who […]

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Northwest Nursing Division to offer Informational Sessions

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will begin offering free Informational Sessions for anyone interested in applying to the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program, according to Dr. Denise Bynum, division director. The first two sessions are scheduled for Tuesday, July 19 from 6-8 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 6 from 10 a.m. – noon. […]

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Vicki Hale Endowment established at Northwest

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing has established the Victoria Parker Hale Endowment in honor of long-time Division Director Vicki Hale. Hale served as division director of the Nursing Division from 1988-2008 when she retired from Northwest. After graduating from Coffeeville High School, she attended Northwest for one year before transferring to the […]

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Northwest nursing students receive scholarships

These Northwest Mississippi Community College nursing students each received a $500 scholarship for their volunteer work at this year’s “Shoot for the Heart” event on April 24 in Tunica. The annual event benefits the Nursing Division and has raised over $150,000 towards nursing scholarships and equipment. Left to right, Kelly Smith of Hernando, Apple Walton […]

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