Ray Stratton

It took me a long time to get to a place where I could finally go to school and become a nurse. I first went to Cambridge in 2010 and became a PCT. And because my experience was so amazing, my only option was to return. I Started my program in November 2018. I felt like nothing could stop me. I had made it through the first few months of school hiding the fact that I was being physically abused. I was really doubting myself in a big way. I was able to talk to some of the staff, and they gave me the strength and courage to do what I had to do to be safe. I then had two separate medical issues where I had to take medical leave and had to sit out 3 months each time. I have nothing but high praises for everyone at this GREAT school. I feel nothing but love and respect for the amazing staff and administration. Ms. Faye, Ms. Moore (GERI), Mrs. Rutledge, Ms. Eldon (OB), and Ms. Saunders (PEDS), I can’t thank you enough for the AMAZING work you do. I learned so much from you. And to Ms. Johnson Thank you for the support that I needed to get to where I am now. You always have a way of getting us to see the potential in ourselves that you already see. I am forever grateful to these amazing women. And to the entire staff at Cambridge, THANK YOU and God Bless.

Practical Nursing

With a practical nurse training program, you will be fully prepared to work in a healthcare facility as a professional Practical Nurse. Cambridge trains students with the knowledge and clinical skills to enter the Practical Nursing field. Students are fully prepared to take and pass the NCLEX-PN examination, which is required for employment as an entry-level Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). Enrollment for this healthcare program is limited.

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