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  Our Instructors    


Mrs. Gantt began her career in the medical field in 1998 as a Correctional Nurse Supervisor at Correct Care Recover Solutions and still currently holds that position. As an RN Instructor, she is familiar with the Nurse Aide Training curriculum and knows how to properly supervise students during clinical week. She enjoys being a mother and teaching students how to properly care for patients.

Ms. Eargle's career has offered experiences in many different areas of nursing and nursing positions. Her experience includes not only the delivery of patient care but supervision and evaluation of CNA's to ensure optimum care and practice. She has excellent knowledge of the expectations and proper performance of skills necessary in the successful completion of the CNA course and the state certification examination. She enjoys listening to music, traveling and spending time with family and friends

Mrs. Keels began her career in the medical field in 1994 as a LPN at Manor care Health Services. She has held several positions thus far in her career, Nurse Manager, Case Manager, Nurse Educator and Assistant Director of Nursing. She enjoys being a wife, mother and grandmother. She wants to make a positive impact on the Nurse Aide students and ensure they have the needed skill set to start their careers.

(from l to r; Nurse Keels, Nurse Gantt & Nurse Eargle)

Ms. V. Lynn Ross began her career working in the healthcare industry as a Medical Office Assistance during a high school Co-op opportunity in 1987. Later while working as a student nurse tech she went on to pursue a nursing degree and graduated LPN school in 1994. She is a proud 2001 graduate of South Carolina State University’s LPN to BSN program. In 2004 she obtained a Master of Science in Nursing degree from University of Phoenix. Ms. Ross has worked in various roles in healthcare and nursing academia to include:Staff Nurse, Orientation Coordinator, Clinical Nurse Educator, Clinical Informatics educator, AND Faculty,BSN faculty, and Senior Clinical Informatics. Her favorite curriculum to teach is nursing fundamentals because she believes that a strong foundation can take you anywhere. She considers being a mother one of the highest honors in life and enjoys spending time with family and close friends.

Nurse V. Lynn Ross
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