WCU-Ontario Hosts 40 Girls Scouts for Day of Nursing
WCU-Ontario Donates to Local Hospice Care Center
Dallas High Schoolers Go Bedside at WCU
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There is a perception that medical industry jobs are only those that make you part of the medical staff – such as doctors and nurses. However, there is a whole host of non-clinical healthcare careers to choose from as well. These careers offer the...
As you pursue your education in the nursing profession, you will encounter clinical rotations where mental and physical preparation is required in order to deal with its demands, verses sitting in a traditional classroom and studying for an exam. These...
It’s no question that being in the nursing profession requires skill, a passion to help, and the ability to be quick on your feet. Nurses are part of the physician or surgeon’s team and offer support that is pivotal in all sorts of medical...
Becoming a nurse has been anything but easy for Valerie Puig. She has struggled and wondered at times if she should give up, but with the support of her West Coast University-Miami classmates and professors, she is ready to tackle anything that comes...
Nursing wasn’t Allison Talana's first career choice but when life took a different turn, she found a passion that inspired her to make a change.
"I actually was going to go into physical therapy," she said. "But one day my grandmother got injured...
West Coast University-Ontario's California Nursing Students’ Association chapter hosted 40 girl scouts all hoping to gain their Nursing Exploration Badge this December.
The girls work through five stations that each teach a different skill. The...
Every holiday season, West Coast University-Ontario chooses a local organization to give back to. This year the campus collected soft gloves, blankets, socks and reusable cups with plastic straws for Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care.