Morgan Community College
920 Barlow Rd.
Ft Morgan, Colorado 80701
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Nursing Programs OfferedADN Programs
ADN Program Details
Graduates of associate degree nursing programs are professional nurses and are:
-Essential members of the interdisciplinary healthcare team in diverse healthcare settings.
-Able to derive strength from their ethnic, cultural, social, economic and gender diversity, thereby enhancing the capacity to respond to the healthcare needs of a diverse nation.
-Able to collaborate with all stakeholders for the development of public policy, the delivery of quality outcome driven health care, and to ensure access to health care for all individuals.
-Caring, competent, and knowledgeable healthcare providers who engage in professional development activities in order to advance safe, effective competent care.
-Legally, morally and ethically accountable.
Associate degree nursing education:
-Provides a dynamic pathway for entry into professional registered nurse (RN) practice.
-Is continually evolving to reflect local community needs and current and emerging healthcare delivery systems.
-Is responsible for instilling the tenants of advocacy, professional involvement, life-long learning, and leadership.
-Involves evidence-based practice which prepares graduates to employ critical thinking, clinical competence, and technical proficiency in their healthcare setting.