I have not really seen anyone go into details about the school. I am thinking of attending next month.
But, want a school with good high tech materials, nice teachers, and great clinic locations?
I've heard Stanbridge has good updated medical supplies, and materials needed?
Also, I know that 5 years ago LVN's had to also do the CNA training which was included in the program?
I'm told now that's not necessary, how can that be true because we work side to side..and it used to be mandatory to do the CNA also..and the clinicals, can someone verify this to be true or not?
What do you like most about the school?
Do the teachers rush the math, because I am aware MATH is nursing..and know the math can be the hardest part for a lot of students...?
Where does the school contract clinics too, what hospitals?
Do you like the locations that the school offers clinics at?
* Any teachers you'd not recommend and why? Vs.
What kind of medical supplies, equipment do they have there?
How was financial aid...(military family) not sure how were going to do this yet? lol but were determined?
WHAT do you find most difficult in the LVN program?
Sorry about all the questions, I'm hoping to get bits and pieces because I know there are a lot lol