TCL Honors Nursing Graduates | Walterboro Live

The Lowcountry Technical College honored 24 associate nursing graduates and 10 assistant physical therapy graduates at its pinning ceremonies in May. “We are so proud of these graduates for their perseverance and commitment to excellence, especially through COVID,” said Associate Dean of Health Sciences Dr. Joey Swearingen. Students experience on-campus learning using high-tech simulation equipment and receive intense additional hands-on practice at clinical sites located in Beaufort, Jasper, Hampton, and Colleton counties. The majority of these TCL graduates go directly to work in the Lowcountry. Graduates of the Associate of Nursing Degree are: Nancy Bentley, Shayla Brown, Staci Chant, Aleksandr Dekhtyar, Tonya Dill, Kelly Erdel, Sofia Figueroa Hobler, Jaimee Gleisner, Tiphanie Griffin, Jacqueline Henderson, Veronica Hodges, Abigail Holmes, Makeda Khalilah Lonnon, Chelsea Maner, Shalayae McKelvey, Mary Montana, Brittany Nease, Alexis Noll, Elizabeth Pacheco, Rosalyn Paulino, Glaychia Reber, Jermey Smith, Taylor Wilkerson. Physical Therapist Assistant Diploma graduates are: Taylor Arnemann, Paul Batt, David Cunningham, Michael Lupi, Nicole Myers, Savannah Parmelee, Robert Powell, Sarah Rose, Samantha Schuetrum, Christina Woods.

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