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RN's in the Ozarks - page 2

I have asked about SMSU's program, but no response. Are there any nurses who live in the Ozark area who could recommend an academic RN program or hospital in the area? I love this area of Missouri... Read More

  1. Visit  bell47 profile page
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    I just enrolled in summer classes at St. John's/SBU. I hope to get into the ASN program in spring '07. I went to visit Cox before I chose ST.J. but I just got a better feeling at St.John's. It just seemed a little more organized and friendly. I plan on going through to my BSN, after ASN.
  2. Visit  bell47 profile page
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    Quote from Lisa C a Nurse2b
    I live in Branson, I will be starting an ASN online program in the Fall. St Johns has a waiting list and so does Cox. SMSU is going up on tuition again. I will be taking some of my classes at Ozark Tech. I love the area as well.
    Hey Lisa C. can you check your PM. I sent you some questions. thanks.
  3. Visit  HHcricket profile page
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    I live at the Lake Of The Ozarks, work in Home Health and have for 26 years-Love it!!
  4. Visit  overlyrn profile page
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    I'm a grad of St. John's/SBU College of nursing and am going on 5 yrs of employment at St. John's Hospital. I got a great start with SBU, lots of clinical time and an overall great program I highly reccommend. Good luck!
  5. Visit  Hotfornursing profile page
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    MSSU, in Joplin Mo has a great program (4yr), or Crowder College in Neosho, Mo has a ASN program. Both have very reasonable tuition.