Yvonne Johnson, director of the Nursing Program and Associate Dean of Health Sciences, holds a certificate during Surry Community College’s Spring 2017 Faculty/Staff meeting recognizing her team’s achievement for leading practical nursing students to a 100-percent pass rate for first-time test takers on the 2016 National Council Licensure Examination. PracticalNursing.org recently ranked Surry Community College’s Licensed Practical Nursing program in the top five LPN programs in North Carolina. The practical nursing organization, which is designed to provide potential nursing students with “straightforward, accurate information on the many nursing education avenues” available analyzed 38 schools in the state, examining criteria including how well a program supports students in pursuit of licensure and beyond, and passing rates for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN) exam required for granting licensure. Surry came out among the best, named fifth overall, and beat out similar regional LPN programs nearby, according to the college. Additionally, Surry’s LPN program was recently recognized by the North Carolina Council of Practical Nurse Educators as an exemplary school of nursing. “This recognition is the result of a 100 percent licensure pass rate for first-time test takers and is a reflection of Surry’s dedicated nursing program faculty and students,” the school said in announcing the recognitions. Surry’s Licensed Practical Nursing students achieved a passing rate of 100 percent for first-time test takers on the 2016 National Council Licensure Examination, exceeding the state passing rate average of 92 percent and the national passing rate of 84 percent. The national and state scores for 2017 are incomplete at present. Surry students have a seven-year pass rate of 100 percent. “SCC’s Practical Nursing curriculum prepares individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to provide nursing rn education jobs care to both children and adults over the course of three semesters,” the school said in the statement.
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