Additional Program Information
You may request your records from:
Kansas Immunization Program
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 210
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1274
(785) 296-5591, FAX (785) 296-6510
Immunization Providers: Students may utilize services of the provider of their choice. Two possible options are listed below:
Panacea Care is conveniently located on the Chanute Campus in the Student Union next to the bookstore.
Hours: 8:00 am - 9:00 am on Wednesday and Thursdays
Students are advised to contact the main location, indicate that they are a nursing student, provide insurance information and then make arrangements to be seen either at the clinic or at the main location.
321 W Main St.
Chanute, KS 66720-1800
Neosho County Health Department
102 S. Lincoln Avenue
Chanute, KS 66720
Students that are self-pay, on Medicaid, Unicare, or Children's Mercy H.P., may contact the health department to schedule services.
CPR classes must be American Heart Association (Healthcare Provider), therefore, you must take a live class. An online course is not acceptable. It is best to take your CPR class in the summer for Chanute and Independence students and in December or in January, before nursing classes start for Ottawa students. Then it is good for the full 2 years of the program.
Consider enrollment at NCCC in ALHE 141 Basic Life Support for the Professional Rescuer.
CPR Provider - CPR Lady
CPR Provider - FRH
CPR Provider - NMRMC - Renewal Only
CPR Provider - Robinson
CPR Provider – Ransom Memorial Hospital
Area Student Health Resources
Students are required to maintain a portfolio (copies) of records including immunizations to meet their personal, academic and employment needs.
Recommended Elective Courses:
||Problem Solving and Test-Taking Skills for Nursing Students
Prerequisite: Student must be currently enrolled in the nursing program or have completed the LPN or RN level
||First Year Seminar
||Study Skills / Test Taking Strategies
||Intro to Pharmacology
||Controversial Issues in Women’s Health
|NURS 150 ||Nursing Roles in Hospital||2|
|NURS 150 ||Nursing Roles in Hopsital ||1|
|NURS 151 ||Nursing Roles in Community||2|
|NURS 151 ||Nursing Roles in Community||1|
|NURS 152||Seminar: Care of the Dying Patient|| |
|NURS 210 ||Wound Care||3|
Prerequisite: Licensed Practical Nurse or a licensed Registered Nurse
||Pathophysiology (Transfers as elective credit only.)
|NURS 240 ||Nursing Leadership Project||1|