You're not just studying for the NCLEX exam.
You're studying for when you're the only thing between your patient and their wellbeing.
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noun: A Licensed Vocational Nurse cares for ill, injured, or convalescing patients or persons with disabilities in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, private homes, group homes, and similar institutions. May work under the supervision of a registered nurse(RN). Licensing required.
-United States Department of Labor:
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Our thirteen month long LVN program provides theory and practical application for skills needed to function as a licensed vocational nurse. Some included courses are Anatomy & Physiology, Nursing Fundamentals, Nutrition, Pharmacology, Medsurg, Normal Growth & Development, Maternity, Pediatric and Psychiatric Nursing, Rehab, Leadership and Supervision.
We at SCMC have proven commitment to academic excellence through our 100% job placement rates over the last 4 years as well as our students NCLEX pass rates at a 10%, 20% and even 30% higher than the state average.
One of our secrets to success is to thoughtfully screen each applicant and carefully hand pick each student.
Among others, some of our selection criteria include:
with our Director of Nursing
why you want to be an LVN
or higher on the entrance exam
beyond high school or G.E.D.
and merits in extra curriculars
for high school or G.E.D.
noun: The NCLEX examination is a Computerized Adaptive Test (CAT) designed to test knowledge, skills, and abilities essential to the safe and effective practice of nursing at the entry level.
-California Board of Registered Nursing
Our seven week NCLEX Review program consists of lectures covering topics such as nursing content review, test taking strategies, NCLEX-type practice tests, computer testing and individualized feedback. Our NCLEX exclusive study room is open for students'use as often as they'd like to: study, complete practice tests and seek instructor guidance.
noun: A Certified Nursing Assistant helps provide basic care for patients in hospitals and residents of long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes. They may help transport patients and clean treatment areas. CNAs work in nursing and residential care facilities and in hospitals.
-United States Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Our two month long CNA program prepares students for certification by the State of California as an entry-level employee in a long-term care facility. The program is structured to provide theory and practical application for skills needed to function as a nurse assistant.