For those looking to deepen their career in the medical field, Motlow State Community College offers a one-year program that allows Paramedics to obtain an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing.
Motlow’s paramedic and nursing programs include active field training experiences such as the College’s recent Simulation Day. Students test their skills in mock scenarios designed to closely reflect real-world clinical experiences. Events such as these allow clinical students to increase their confidence in order to handle real-life situations efficiently.
Students who choose to take the Paramedic-to-RN Path may be eligible for TN Promise and TN Reconnect coverage. This year, applications for Motlow’s program close on September 30. To apply, students must submit their Paramedic license and schedule to take the HESI A2.
To submit an application or to learn more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured from left to right: Raul Narvaez, Jana Burks, Kerri Locker, Sarah Napper, Jesus Narvaez, Kasey Britt, Chidierbere Iwueke, Ashley Bugg, Jasmine Reams, Deborah Farley, Jaley Reed, Interim Director of Nursing Brittany Clark, Nursing Instructor Linda Hemmila, Nursing Instructor Katy McDonald, Nursing Instructor Mark Miller, and Nursing Instructor Shelly Dallas.