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Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony in May with an award from the DAISY Foundation.
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony in May with an award from the DAISY Foundation.
 
Twelve graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program received their nursing school pins on July 18 in a traditional rite of passage for nursing school graduates across the country.
Twelve graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program received their nursing school pins on July 18 in a traditional rite of passage for nursing school graduates across the country.
 
Tony Jordan and Cecelia Claudio received the DAISY-In-Training Award for their delivery of clinical care in an extraordinary and compassionate way to patients and their families during their time as student nurses.
Tony Jordan and Cecelia Claudio received the DAISY-In-Training Award for their delivery of clinical care in an extraordinary and compassionate way to patients and their families during their time as student nurses.
 
The Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina has helped families with children in the hospital for 30 years in Greenville.
The Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina has helped families with children in the hospital for 30 years in Greenville.
 
The Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina has helped families with children in the hospital for 30 years in Greenville
The Ronald McDonald House of Eastern North Carolina has helped families with children in the hospital for 30 years in Greenville
 
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony with a new award from the DAISY Foundation
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony with a new award from the DAISY Foundation
 
Forty-five graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing program on May 11 at 11:00 a.m. The families and supporters of the graduates packed the Old Ford Church of Christ (6040 US Hwy 17, Washington, NC 27889)
Forty-five graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Associate Degree in Nursing program on May 11 at 11:00 a.m. The families and supporters of the graduates packed the Old Ford Church of Christ (6040 US Hwy 17, Washington, NC 27889)
 
The Ronald McDonald House has helped families with children in the hospital for 30 years in Greenville and, now, the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students will help them by collecting donations
The Ronald McDonald House has helped families with children in the hospital for 30 years in Greenville and, now, the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students will help them by collecting donations
 
Valerie Kines addressed the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students (BCANS) on October 24 to raise awareness about domestic violence and to promote the work that Ruth's House does to help survivors
Valerie Kines addressed the Beaufort County Association of Nursing Students (BCANS) on October 24 to raise awareness about domestic violence and to promote the work that Ruth's House does to help survivors
 
Johnny Jones has high blood pressure and diabetes, conditions often seen by health care providers in eastern North Carolina. But a swollen leg and fever brought him to the hospital.
Johnny Jones has high blood pressure and diabetes, conditions often seen by health care providers in eastern North Carolina. But a swollen leg and fever brought him to the hospital.
 
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