Published May 11, 2005
Anyone know anything about the PMI RN program? A friend told me about it, but I couldn't find any info on it. Do you know if they have even started this program. Any information would be great. Thanks.
Where are they located?
Just did a Yahoo Search with Pima Medical Institute and it is listed. They are offering an Associate Degree in Nursing.....96 weeks......all of the information is listed there..........
Just took a closer look at their site, they have campuses in several different states. Asked for info, will post it as soon as I receive it............ :)
Spoke with their Director of Nursing today. The program is in Mesa, AZ and begins the end of July. They will be accepting thirty students.........pre-reqs can be done at the same time as the program...96 weeks and approved by the Arizona Board of Nursing............
Thanks for the info.
Did you know how much it costs?
It is a private school, so expect tuition to be higher, but you will need to contact them yourself...............
YUP...THEY STARTED ABOUT 4 MONTHS AGO.. I WENT FROM CALI TO AZ TO CHECK OUT THE PROGRAM. IT'S LEGIT, THE ONLY CONCERN OF MINE IS THE PROVISIONAL ACCREDITATION THAT THEY HAVE.
CHECK IT OUT ON. WWW.PIMAMEDICAL.COM
WISH YOU WELL.
DONT FORGET THAT YOU HAVE TO SOMETIMES MAKE SACRAFICES TO GET WHERE YOU ARE GOING.
"HOW CAN ONE RECEIVE WITH HIS HANDS FULL? YOU MUST GIVE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE".
CA CoCoRN, RN
However, while you are making those concessions to get where and what you want, make sure that the education you receive won't limit you in other arenas.
I know nothing about their program, but I do know that if your respective educations are not fully accredited and accepted by all states, you may not be able to get a license in another state.
I know CA has some rigid requirements, but a few other states may be even more rigid.
Try to go above and beyond the minimum req. so that you'll be okay no matter where you work.
This program should have no issues with any state boards, it is a traditional program like any other nursing program. All new nursing programs are actually provisional when they get started.
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