Welcome to ABAC-Bainbridge Practical Nursing Program website. Our program is dedicated to the purpose of meeting the health care needs of the community facilities and residents in our service area by preparing qualified applicants with the ability to pass the licensure examination. All graduates of the program will be theoretically, clinically, ethically, and legally safe entry-level practitioners of practical nursing. The ABAC-Bainbridge PN program curriculum is offered in a sequence that encourages a gradual increase in difficulty level and increased critical thinking skills by the student. The theory and clinical courses are aligned to reiterate the student learning experience through cognitive, psychomotor, and effective learning strategies. The students must satisfy learning outcomes and program benchmarks for safe entry-level nursing, and demonstrate competency on the exit exam requirement before graduation from the PN Program.
This website is not intended to replace the personal attention you deserve in making this very important decision about your education. Please feel free to contact Ms. Glenda Wolfe, PN Program Assistant, in the ABAC-Bainbridge Health Sciences and Professional Studies at 229.243.4268. Ms. Wolfe will direct your call to the appropriate extension. The PN Faculty is always glad to provide you with advisement, assistance or answer any questions that you may have.
ABAC-Bainbridge is an evolving institution dedicated to providing a superior learning environment to a diverse student population including many ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. ABAC-Bainbridge places primary emphasis on excellence in instruction and provides continuous improvement to administrative processes and the education delivery system. The Practical Nursing Program has established collaborative relationships with local health care providers willing to commit to a partnership by welcoming the opportunity for our students to experience externships, internships, clinical rotations and practicum at their facilities. Healthcare education is a highly regulated industry and the PN Program strives to comply with complex and changing rules, regulations and guidelines. This healthcare team approach offers refinement of program assessment strategies that provide reliable feedback on institutional effectiveness and educational outcomes to make the nursing student education successful.