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Is there a distance learning program for LPNs? To become an LPN that is.... Read More

  1. by   vina2550
    Quote from MAnders1405
    Is there a distance learning program for LPNs? To become an LPN that is.

    Hey was wondering if you ever found a online lpn school yet?? I have been searching myself and only found the one in MN (I am not interested in their program). Hope to hear from you soon and thanks!
  2. by   MAnders1405
    Quote from vina2550
    Hey was wondering if you ever found a online lpn school yet?? I have been searching myself and only found the one in MN (I am not interested in their program). Hope to hear from you soon and thanks!

    What was the one in MN??
  3. by   caliotter3
    It is my understanding that Deaconess has dropped the LPN stopping point of their program recently since they have changed to become Chamberlain. A recent thread discussed the fact that Chamberlain has just dropped the out of state aspect of their program. It is sad to see a once respected nursing program deteriorate.

    I have never seen any other online LPN program other than Deaconess.
  4. by   KBPN
    There is a program started this year for LPN at a tech school in NC. Dont remember name, but contact NCBON at 919-782-3211. Let me know how it goes. Good luck.
  5. by   Moms4
    I tried the deaconess.edu website and it asked if I meant deaconess.org. Is there a different contact number I could try. This program sounds exactly what I am looking for. I have 4 kids and a husband that often travels. Thank you for any info on this or any other Online LPN program.
  6. by   alanas09
    I am assuming this program doesn't exist anymore?? I could not find anything online either!
  7. by   NurseCubanitaRN2b
    It's Chamberlain College which only has the RN program now. I think they only allow in state people to attend the college. Good Luck
  8. by   caliotter3
    Quote from alanas09
    I am assuming this program doesn't exist anymore?? I could not find anything online either!
    No, Deaconess was bought by a proprietary school which in turn dropped the LPN stopping point, changed the program, and again transformed into another proprietary program. Deaconess is long gone.

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