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What Can You Do With a BSN?

Registered nurses with Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees often have additional career opportunities compared to those who hold Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degrees. With a BSN, a nurse may specialize in a specific area of nursing, such as pediatrics or public health. A BSN also opens the door for leadership and management roles. ASN vs. BSN: The Ongoing Debate In order to become licensed and employed as a registered nurse, you… Read More

How Do I Become a Registered Nurse?

For many people, the dream of becoming a nurse starts young. For others, the urge to join the nursing profession doesn’t starts until maturity. Whenever the desire to become an RN hits you, it is important to understand the qualities that make a good nurse, and the process you must undergo before launching your career. What Are the Steps Involved in Becoming an RN? The process of becoming an RN takes some commitment. To start… Read More

Associates in Nursing vs. Bachelors in Nursing

The moment you realized that you wanted to be a nurse, you started down the path towards a rewarding and fulfilling career of helping others. Unfortunately, deciding on a nursing career and becoming qualified to obtain one are two different things entirely. Nursing requires training, education and commitment. To be eligible to take the state certification exam and ultimately become licensed as a nurse, you must earn an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN). To… Read More

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center: Cambridge’s Chancellor & CEO helping serve Wounded Warriors!

Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology’s CEO donated food and served attendees at the Annual Sovereign Military Order of Malta barbeque at Walter Reed Medical Center! Cambridge’s leadership continues to further enhance its core culture with showing its students how to helps others. The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is one of the nation’s largest and most renowned military medical centers. Walter Reed Medical Center is comprised of nearly 7,100 dedicated staff members who’s vision… Read More

The Radiologic Technology Program Hits a 5 Year Milestone!

The Radiologic Technology program has been under new leadership since 2012. The 5 year ARRT radiography board exam results are in…..The program has achieved an 89% overall first time pass rate on the national board exam for the last five years! It takes a lot of dedication from faculty to achieve this level of success. Way to go team! Successful Program=Competent Graduates=Registered Radiologic Technologists=Employed RT(R)

14 Things You Don’t Know about Nursing – Cambridge College

Nursing is one of the most popular and, today, one of the most sought-after careers. That’s why Nursing is among our most popular programs at Cambridge. Everyone thinks they want to be a nurse. They also might think they know all there is to know about the profession. They would be wrong. There are many things people don’t know about the Nursing profession, and U.S. News & World Report recently published a list of some of the more… Read More

Cambridge College Student Perspectives: Why I Became a Radiation Therapist Student

Life is a journey full of obstacles, difficult decisions, trying moments and heart breaking experiences.  I decided to study radiation therapy after unexpectedly finding myself without a job.  One I’ve given up several years ago in order to raise a family.  I wanted to do something my daughters could feel proud about me.  I have always been a caring and nurturing individual, and this field will give me the chance to help those who are… Read More

Celebrating Nurses and Nursing Students

Celebrating Nurses and Nursing Students Student Success Navigator – Delray Beach & Orlando (Altamonte Springs), Florida It comes as no surprise that nursing is a passion filled profession that many seek to become a part of daily. Nursing instructors are in high demand and as such are needed more every day. Nursing is the Art and Science of Caring and for many they think of the patient alone. But nursing instructors are often caring for… Read More

Cambridge College Student Perspectives: What Being a Sonographer Means To Me

I am excited and nervous about becoming a sonographer. Being a student over the past two years in sonography school has not only taught me what patient care is all about, but has also taught me how to listen. As a student, I do not practice on you just to jab a probe into your ribs for a second time and send you back on transport; I am there because this is my future and soon… Read More

Cambridge College Student Perspectives: What Being a Sonographer Means To Me

Becoming a sonographer

What does being a sonographer mean to me? Honestly it means a variety of things to me. First of all in my personal situation it means freedom, career, and superpower. But in general terms it means so much more also for example it means caring, helping, preventing, and learning. I first thought about ultrasound school about two years after high school. When I first graduated high school I jumped into college following my heart and… Read More