Hocking College is constantly looking for opportunities for its students to gain real-world experience before entering the job market. Recently, the college partnered with OhioHealth O'Bleness Hospital to offer fourth semester Registered Nursing Students (RN4) a clinical immersion.
The Governor's Office of Workforce Transformation recently updated Ohio's Top Job list for 2022. Included are both in-demand and critical jobs for Ohio.
Hocking College’s new dean of the School of Allied Health and Nursing, Tamara Moyer, brings practical and educational nursing experience to her new role.
The purpose of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is to make people all over the world more knowledgeable about this disease. In conjunction, government agencies, medical societies and nonprofit organizations work with survivors to raise money to fund research, educate women about the importance of getting regular mammograms and detail methods of prevention and early detection.
February 2021 is American Heart Month!
November is National Diabetes Month! This campaign aims to make people more aware of the symptoms and make people more aware of the risk factors associated with this disease.
According to Hocking College Nursing Program Manager Sarah Frazier, this spring, 32 students will graduate from the college's Registered Nursing program.
Blood transfusions save 4.5 million people every year. When people have surgery or are in accidents, they lose blood, and it needs to be replaced; that's where blood transfusions save lives.