Another round of students begins PMC nursing program


September 5, 2019

Brian Varela / Petersburg Pilot

Another group of students began the University of Alaska, Anchorage nursing program offered through Petersburg Medical Center two weeks ago. From left to right: Instructor Nichole Mattingly, Instructor Ruby Shumway, Kim Robson, Lauren Thain, Emma Engell, Kelly Bieber and Instructor Jennifer Bryner.

A new group of students began the two-year nursing program offered at Petersburg Medical Center through the University of Alaska, Anchorage last month.

"We're really excited," said Jennifer Bryner, one of the instructors and a registered nurse at PMC. "It seems like a great group. They're very eager to get going, but it's a lot for anybody. They really take on a huge commitment."

Like a traditional college environment, the students will have to complete four semesters of school, and enjoy winter, spring and summer breaks, before graduating with an associate's degree in nursing. Bryner and P...

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