Preferred College of Nursing - Los Angeles
Preferred College of Nursing - Los Angeles is one of the public 4-year colleges in California.
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The Preferred College of Nursing, Los Angeles is designed to train students entering the demonstrative ability required in health care facilities. The program is designed to train basic knowledge, abilities and skills required for entry level care for a range of patients under the supervision of a physician or a Registered Nurse.
The program prepares students to sit for the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians Licensure exams.
Students will be instructed in standard nursing assistant and home health aide duties in line with State laws and Regulations to prepare students to take the State Certification exam provided by the Department of Public Health as conducted by the American Red Cross organization.
Students can call the office to request more information or to sign up for classes. Please make sure you sign-up with correct contact information for better dissemination of contact information.
Requirements to be submitted on the day of information:
- Physical Exam Report (to be renewed every year)
- Obtain a minimum score of 80% on the PCN entrance exam
- High School Diploma or GED equivalency certificate
- Criminal Background
- Immunization Records
- Hepatitis B series of three shots
- CPR class offered on campus
Cost to Attend
- California State PTA Continuing Education Scholarship for School Nurses
- FNSNA Promise of Nursing Scholarships
- Licensed Vocational Nurse to Associate Degree Nursing Scholarships
- Associate Degree Nursing Scholarship Program
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing Scholarship Program
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Data source: https://nces.ed.gov (2016-2017 colleges survey) and California state board of nursing.