Georgia ranks near the bottom of all 50 states for the number of primary care providers. Recent data from America’s Health Rankings, 2018 Annual Report, places Georgia at 42nd for the number of primary care doctors per capita, 43rd in its supply of registered nurses and 48th in advanced practice nursing care.
College of Health Sciences
Dr. Sheri Noviello will join Georgia College as dean of the College of Health Sciences July 1, 2019. Noviello is currently the dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Valdosta State University, a role she’s served in since 2014.
Jonathan Mackey and Garrett Nix
Five valedictorians look back on their time at Georgia College and look forward to what the future has in store.
Self-proclaimed sport fanatic Kayla Brockway joined the Georgia College volleyball team as a freshman. The now senior from Jacksonville, Florida, has played an important role on the team as the setter for her four-year career.
An aging, baby boomer workforce, longer life expectancy and a growing rate of chronic health conditions—it is the perfect storm to create a national nursing shortage throughout the U.S.
During her second journey to the island of Bohol with her Georgia College study abroad class, Associate Professor of Nursing Flor A. Culpa-Bondal and her class made a disturbing discovery.