It is important to recognize our alumni accomplishments. Our college has more than 7,000 alumni representing undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing, nutrition, physical therapy, respiratory therapy and other programs we no longer offer such as medical technology, mental health and pediatric assistants.
Versatility, resourcefulness and leadership are skills you need to become an effective nurse. Those skills have also been fundamental for Kimberee Phelps’ professional progression… more »
The following is an account of Sierra Ruth Freeman, class of 2014, nursing, whose summer breaks have been anything but a break. Maneuvering around her… more »
A childhood illness was the stepping stone to Georgia State University alumna Fran Fowler’s nursing career. When she was seven, Fowler ruptured her appendix and… more »
Born and raised near the Old Soldier’s Home in southeast Atlanta, Georgette Aseff Samaritan’s family grew up close to church and school. Samaritan’s father… more »
It was the work of respiratory therapists that intrigued Joe Harrelson (1980, Bachelor of Science, Respiratory Therapy) to take a look into the profession. While… more »