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Naples Nursing Academy
Naples Nursing Academy, LLC was created out of the concern for the community. When we or our loved ones go through medical checks, visits or difficulty It is nurses that get us through that time with our sanity intact. Nurses check on my patients—and their families—multiple times an hour. They run tests, update charts, and change IVs; entertain, relay concerns and go through lengths to ensure our comfort. The calm dedication of nursing care keeps you together before the doctor consultation or treatments.
The U.S. has been and is currently dealing with a nursing deficit of varying degrees for decades, but today—due to an ageing population, the rising incidence of chronic disease, an ageing nursing workforce, and the limited capacity of nursing schools—this shortage is one with worrying implications for patients and health-care providers alike as it’s on the verge of being a crisis. Which is just one reason why the prospect of a national nursing shortage is so alarming.
Consequently, America’s 3 million nurses make up the largest segment of the health-care workforce in the U.S., and nursing is currently one of the fastest-growing occupations in the country. Despite that growth, demand is outpacing supply. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1.2 million vacancies will emerge for registered nurses between 2014 and 2022. Around a million registered nurses (RNs) are currently older than 50, meaning one-third of the current nursing workforce will reach retirement age in the next 10 to 15 years. Nearly 700,000 nurses are projected to retire or leave the labor force by 2024.*
According to an American Association of Colleges of Nursing report, “U.S. nursing schools turned away 79,659 qualified applicants from baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs in 2012 due to insufficient number of faculty, clinical sites, classroom space, clinical preceptors, and budget constraints.” Once again, aging is a factor: Many nursing faculty members are approaching retirement, but without them, nursing schools can’t expand their cohorts.
Nevertheless, the Naples Nursing Academy was founded by Medical Industry Professionals who made it a concern to develop an initiative to be part of the solution.
Privately Owned and Managed. Licensed by the Florida Board of Nursing, and the State of Florida Commission for Independent Education to offer Instruction of Post-Secondary Program(s).
Furthermore, its facility incorporates an Interactive classroom, nursing laboratory, digital classroom and medical equipments as well as up to date Library of Videos, Image & text instructions to Prospective and Continuing Healthcare Professionals as well as Health and Care safety to Professionals & Community citizens.
Conversely, our Team comprises highly Trained and experienced Nursing Instructors, seasoned in their various skills and expertise as well as Office and Clerical assistants working relentlessly behind the scenes.
Notwithstanding, our resources give us the ability to efficiently customize syllabuses to fit individual needs and accommodations.
We are upon the principle that your attendance to the Naples Nursing Academy would be an investment for your career future. Please do feel free to contact us with the information provided below and we would be glad to have you be a member of the nursing family. Welcome.
Ms. Minoude Jean-Claude,
Naples Nursing Academy,
2800 Davis Blvd Suite 100,
Naples FL 34104 (USA)
+1 (239) 234 5038
With 25 years of Experience as a Healthcare Provider, Educator, Promoter and Mentor. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Phoenix and an Associates Degree in Nursing from the Concorde Career Institute in Florida.
Ms. Minoude G. Jean-Louis
Program Director, Instructor.
Administrator, Educational Adviser.
An Interdisciplinary Entrepreneur with 18 years of Experience. He has served in various Industries and Sectors to include: Media, Legal, Health, Notary-Public, Taxes, Education etc.