Regular Nursing Program: Course Information
When students complete the three-year nursing program, they receive a diploma in nursing from the Firelands Regional Medical Center School of Nursing which qualifies graduates to take the registered nurse licensure examination. Graduates also receive a non-nursing associate degree from BGSU Firelands College.
Firelands Regional Medical Center School of Nursing offers courses that explore a range of topics from the foundational concepts of nursing to concepts of critical care and patient care management. All courses are taught by qualified and experienced faculty, who strive to model compassion and professionalism to their students.
This first nursing course provides a general background in health, health agencies, the role of the professional registered nurse, components of the nursing process and practice in fundamental nursing skills.
Amy Rockwell, MSN, RN
Medical Surgical Nursing
This course focuses on assessment and nursing care of the adult patient with medical and surgical conditions.
Dawn Wikel, MSN, RN, CNE Lora Malfara, MSN, RN
This course surveys the common mental disorders, their prevention treatment, and nursing care.
Fran Brennan, MSN, RN Brian Seitz, MSN, RN
Maternal Child Nursing
This course focuses on the nursing care of the childbearing family and children from infancy through adolescence during health and illness in a variety of settings.
Kelly Ammanniti, MSN, RN Monica Dunbar, MSN, RN
Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing
This course focuses on the utilization of the nursing process in the care of cardiovascular and complex patient situations as well as management of groups of patients. Additionally, the history of nursing and current professional issues are explored.
Amy Rockwell, MSN, RN Carmen Patterson, MSN, RN