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Congrats to the 2018 Mount Carmel Excellence in Nursing awardees from MCCN who were recognized at a special ceremony held September 26, at Pinnacle Golf Course in Grove City. The Excellence in Nursing Awards event, sponsored annually by Mount Carmel College of Nursing and Mount Carmel Patient Care Services, is now in its 14th year. Mount Carmel Health System recognized outstanding nurse educators, nursing education advocates, nurses, nurse leaders and advanced practice nurses who exemplify devotion to patients, dedication to the nursing profession and diligence in providing outstanding, evidence-based care.

Dr. Brooks

Faculty, Staff and Students!

What a wonderful season of celebration we have experienced!

From our student scholars and donors being acknowledged at the 2018 Scholarship and Donor Recognition Dinner, to our faculty and staff being lauded at the 14th annual Excellence in Nursing event, it has been so exciting and gratifying. In addition, I’m so proud of our own senior Annie Terry being named Guardian Angel and of Mount Carmel Health’s CEO, Ed Lamb, being recognized by Columbus Business First’s C-Suite Awards as a Most Admired Executive in central Ohio.

All of this — along with the anniversary celebrations we had in September — leaves us bolstered and eager for what comes next. Planning is well underway for the Higher Learning Commission’s visit this coming spring, as are our exciting initiatives with the Strategic Planning process and the Journey of Campus Transformation.

Congratulations on her great work to MCCN student and multi-skilled tech, Annie Terry! Annie works a couple of days per week at Mount Carmel St. Ann’s in the Med Surg unit and was recently recognized through the Mount Carmel Guardian Angel program for the compassionate care she provided to a patient. Wonderful job, Annie! We are proud to call you a Nightingale.

The deadline for the annual flu vaccination is Friday, November 30, 2018. MCCN students, faculty and staff can get their vaccine on the dates and times below at the following locations.

Please review MCCN Handbooks/Policies for the most up-to-date parking requirements for students, faculty and staff. For those students, faculty and staff who park in the Employee Garage on the south side of Town St., below is some important information for you to remember.

A SNAM meeting has been scheduled for Monday, October 22, at noon in the College Lounge.

The annual Fall Festival is scheduled for Monday, October 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Gym and Lounge. The festival is FREE for all students and will include the following activities:

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