Nursing Department Office: Bldg. 9, Room 111
Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
WEEKLY LECTURE SCHEDULE: ALL NURSING 111 STUDENTS
NUR 111 CONFERENCE/CLINICAL LABORATORY
Physical exams are required within the year before beginning NUR 111. New York State Health Department Regulations prohibit anyone from caring for patients without having met certain health standards and immunizations. The necessary forms will be provided at registration. Schedule an appointment with your physician to ensure that all forms are submitted on or before January 15th for students entering NUR 111 in the Spring Semester, and August 15th for students entering NUR 111 in the Fall Semester. If the forms are not received by Health Service by this date, you may lose your place in NUR 111.
These should be available two to three weeks before the start of classes each semester in the MCC Bookstore. Check the MCC website using the A thru Z Index under “B” for Book Store for a link to the Nursing Outline availability or call the Bookstore (292-2501) before you come to make sure that everything you need is in. BRING YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE WITH YOU TO THE BOOKSTORE: it will make purchasing materials easier. The Bookstore accepts cash, check with appropriate ID, MasterCard or Visa.
RECOMMENDED TEXTS (Any dictionary is acceptable)
All NUR 110 Sections must purchase the NUR 110: Foundations of Nursing Course Outline booklet, Rochester: Monroe Community College, Fall 2014.
Student uniforms must be purchased at the MCC Bookstore or through Uniform Village (UV Image Experts) at Jefferson Plaza. Any questions should be directed to the Nursing Department Office at 292-2034; problems are to be directed to UV Image Experts/Uniform Village at 424-1550. A deposit is required when you place the order. Information about the required MCC uniform is provided in a handout students receive at the time they register for their nursing courses.
Students must carry professional liability (malpractice) insurance. Each semester, the premiums are included on the tuition bill. Current premiums are: $8.00 for malpractice and $5.00 for accident coverages. Students must also have active Health Insurance for their entire time in the nursing program.
In order to participate in clinical laboratory sessions, all students in the nursing program must maintain current CPR certification for infant, child, adult, two person rescuer and resuscitation mask (cardiopulmonary resuscitation/certification for the professional rescuer). Certification must include the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) component. Certification by the American Red Cross (Professional Rescuer), or American Heart Association (BLS Provider), are accepted. Each student must bring a copy of current certification to the Nursing Department Office no later than January 15th for students entering NUR 111 in the Spring Semester, and August 15th for students entering NUR 111 in the Fall Semester. Recertification is necessary by the expiration date on the card or letter. If there are problems regarding CPR certification contact the Nursing Department secretary, 292-2034.
If tuition is not paid by the due date specified on the bill, the student is dropped from all courses, and the seat is given to another student. If there are problems regarding payment, contact either the Student Accounts Office at 292-2232 or the Financial Aid Office at 292-2050 before the due date to discuss arrangements for paying the bill.
If you decide NOT to attend classes this semester after you have registered, please notify the Department of Nursing by telephone, 292-2034 AND the Admissions Office in writing.
Related to the high level of advance preparation required to provide safe nursing care to assigned clients during clinical laboratory, it is highly recommended that students who are employed NOT schedule work hours the evening before their clinical day(s).
Building 9, Room 111
M-F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Fax: (585) 292-3853