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Remembering WCUI and Smith Chason Co-Founder Dr. Neville Smith

Dr. Neville C. W. Smith was a Board Certified Radiologist, Co-Founder of  WCUI School of Medical Imaging and Smith Chason School of Nursing, and Medical Director of Ultrasound Institute Medical Group (UIMG). His contributions and dedication to the healthcare field, have shaped and guided Smith Chason into the school and community we are today. Although […]

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Constitution Day 2021
Constitution Day 2022

This Saturday, September 17th, 2022, marks Constitution Day! Every September 17th, on the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, we commemorate the signing of this document, which protects individual freedom, and the fundamental principles that govern the United States. To celebrate the day, we’ve put together important facts and activities on the WCUI + […]

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Pros and Cons of Becoming a Licensed Vocational Nurse

A career in nursing not only opens up your job options as the shortage of nurses continues, but it also gives you a way to help others. There are many different educational paths to nursing, but sometimes it is best to get your foot in the door. You can start working and then continue your […]

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Respiratory Skills Competency Training for Nurses – Aug 12

Precision Care Management is hosting a Respiratory Skills Competency Training for Subacute Care to provide basic respiratory management training skills for our Smith Chason nurses. The training will take place on Friday, August 12th from  7:30 am to 4:30 pm in-person at our Ontario Campus! About the Respiratory Skills Competency Training for Nurses – 8 […]

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Juneteenth 2022

WHAT  IS JUNETEETH? Happy Juneteenth Day! Juneteenth, the African American holiday commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States, is now a federal holiday. This came into effect last year when President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act. Smith Chason School of Nursing and other federal institutions will be […]

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Memorial Day 2022

Memorial Day & its Importance Memorial Day is usually a day of pool parties, cookouts, and lots of fun. However, we want to remind you that the true meaning of Memorial Day is much more than an “opening day” for the summer. Throughout American history, many people have dedicated their lives to the country, risking […]

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Nurses Week 2022

Happy Nurses Week 2022 Happy Nurses Week! Every year, The American Nurses Association (ANA) designates May 6th through the 12th to honor the strength, dedication, and perseverance of nurses in the field. Nurses Week began in 1990 and always falls on the birthday of Florence Nightingale, who is often credited with being the founder of […]

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Teacher Appreciation Week 2022

May 2 – May 6th marks 2022 Teacher Appreciation Week! This week, we are honoring our extraordinary educators who have worked so hard to keep our students moving forward and help them accomplish their goals. Thank you for not just teaching, but for inspiring the next generation of healthcare professionals. How will you honor your […]

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Respiratory Skills Competency Training for Nurses

Precision Care Management is hosting a Respiratory Skills Competency Training for Subacute Care to provide basic respiratory management training skills for our Smith Chason nurses. The training will take place on Friday, March 25th from  7:30 am to 4:30 pm in-person at our Ontario Campus! About the Respiratory Skills Competency Training for Nurses PCM is offering the […]

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Why LPNs Are So In-Demand in Arizona and Why You Should Make It Your New Career

Of all the industries that seem to be recession-proof, healthcare almost always is the first one people think of. After all, everyone needs medical care at some point. Nurses are often the ones who serve as the backbone of the facility within the healthcare field. They are required to interact with doctors, patients, and support […]

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