Simpson University nursing students are partnering with a local hospital to help provide additional patient care during the pandemic, while also gaining valuable clinical experience.
Arianna Kampton, a senior from Napa, Calif., is using what she’s learned during her time as a student in Simpson University’s Betty M. Dean School of Nursing to help people during the COVID-19 crisis. Last summer, Arianna spent two months working as an emergency medical technician in Orange County at a makeshift hospital, spending 13-15 hours a day with COVID-19 patients. She also served on strike teams that went to nursing homes throughout California that had been impacted by coronavirus cases.
Simpson University has been granted a 10-year accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) for its baccalaureate degree program in nursing.
Simpson University’s Betty M. Dean School of Nursing is listed as the seventh best nursing program in the state, according to Nursing School Hub’s 2020 rankings.
When Shasta County’s Public Health Department reached out to Simpson University’s School of Nursing for aid in responding to local coronavirus concerns, nursing students stepped up to help field calls and provide the public with information as needed.
Simpson University is pleased to announce the appointment of Misty Smith as the new dean of the Betty M. Dean School of Nursing. Smith, who has taught and served in administrative roles in the university’s nursing program since 2013, was selected after a nationwide search.
Simpson University’s Betty M. Dean School of Nursing is listed as one of the best nursing schools in the country and No. 8 in California in RNCareers’ annual ranking.
Simpson University’s Betty M. Dean School of Nursing has climbed five places to No. 12 in a ranking of the best nursing programs in California by RegisteredNursing.org.
Simpson University recently welcomed 11 new inductees into its Honor Society of Nursing.
The class of 2019 honorees include students from the four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program who comprise the top third of their graduating class.
In partnership with Dignity Health Mercy Medical Center Redding, Simpson University has expanded its nursing simulation labs to facilitate more training for students and nurses.