Tri-Rivers LPN to RN students had a pass rate of 100%.
Dr. Kelly said the goal of the Tri-Rivers LPN to RN program at Tri-Rivers is two-fold. “First of all, we want our graduates to successfully obtain licensure as a Registered Nurse. Secondly, our students also receive education that focuses on the professional environment and current practice issues including evidenced-based practice and patient experience, in order to make them successful employees for today’s health care agencies.”
“We also place importance on continuing education by instructing our students that it is an expectation that they will obtain further education, minimally a baccalaureate degree,” said Dr. Kelly. “Additionally, we hold our faculty and staff to a high standard, relying on current practice and innovative educational strategies.”
Dr. Kelly attributes the high pass rate of the NCLEX to her team who works one on one with students and “offers unparalleled support for students during their training.”
“We look at each individual student and work hard to support their goals of becoming a healthcare professional,” said Dr. Kelly. “Each student is different. We recognize those differences and provide the support that help them succeed.”
Dr. Kelly said at Tri-Rivers School of Nursing it is “all about relationships. We are partners with our students. Their success is our success.”