SRTC Hosts State Legislators for Interactive Visit

Members of the House Committee for Higher Education are seen here taking place in a hands-on demonstration at SRTC’s Virtual Hospital in Thomasville, GA Thomasville, GA - Recently members of Georgia’s higher education committee from the State’s House of Representatives had an opportunity to spend time at Southern Regional Technical College’s (SRTC) Thomasville campus. While touring the facility, the representatives were able to experience first-hand the types of simulations...



SRTC Nursing Students Benefit from State of the Art Technology

SRTC Telehealth Unit Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) was recently able to procure some of the latest technology available to healthcare providers. The College is now the proud owner of two multi-faceted telehealth units. While not entirely new, telehealth is still a burgeoning industry, especially in rural areas. Telehealth encompasses a broad variety of technologies and tactics that allows providers to deliver virtual medical, health, and education services. Telehealth is...



SRTC Nursing Program Provides New Opportunity for Non-traditional Student

Tricia Rich You’ve likely heard about the ever-prevalent ‘nursing shortage’ in the United States for years now and have likely assumed it has been resolved. That, however, is not the case. According to data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics employment of registered nurses is expected to grow by 16% through 2024, which is over double the standard job growth rate. While a lack of nurses certainly presents an issue for medical facilities, it likewise provides an...



RN Students Honored in Pinning Ceremony at SRTC

Left to Right: Front Row: Deanna McBride, Shanna Sheppard, Megan Stalvey, Tim Donalson Second Row: Sarah Farmer, Josh Moody, Karen Fitzpatrick, Tacara Lopez Third Row: Brittany Hurst, Vonteaic Anderson, Paige Swearingen Fourth Row: Amanda Eldridge, Heather Stinson, Renee Trawick, Nikki Paul On May 4th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) held a pinning ceremony where 16 Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) students from the LPN to RN Bridge program and the Generic ASN program...



SRTC and Mercer University Sign Articulation Agreement for Nursing Program

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) and Mercer University recently finalized an agreement that will allow nursing students to seamlessly transfer between the two schools. The agreement, which has been in process since late last year, serves to strengthen the academic bond between the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) and the state’s private universities. “Southern Regional Technical College is pleased to continue and expand our partnership and collaboration with...



Technical Education Spurs Passion for Technical Instruction for Award-Winning SRTC Faculty Member

Tammy Bryant, of Thomasville, Georgia, has devoted her career to caring for others. She spent 11 years as a labor and delivery nurse in Atlanta before she began her teaching career with the practical nursing program at the former Southwest Georgia Technical College in 1994. In education, she found more opportunity to nurture the people around her. “I enjoy touching the lives of others. There is no better reward than bringing someone in who knows nothing about the nursing program,...



ASN Students Honored in Pinning Ceremony at SRTC

Left to Right: Front Row: Hannah Hancock, Heather Southerland, Katie Owens, Haley Bates Second Row: Caitlin Blair, Adrianna Najar, Hope Shirley, Robin Mullins, Delilah Flowers Third Row: Justin Carroll, Nakeshia Durham, Keizzie Collins, Shelley Robinson, Alex Hobrat Fourth Row: Danielle McDonald, Sonya Brown, Kristian Mercer, Nicole Lawrence, Krystal Twyman, Karlie Bozeman Fifth Row: Brook Daws, Ashley Anderson, Courtney Pearson Sixth Row: Cienda James, James Williams, Kalisha Martin,...



Associate of Science in Nursing Students Honored in Pinning Ceremony at SRTC

Left to Right: Front Row: Kyndall Rogers, Lauren Giddens, Amanda Lee, and Jovana Guzman Second Row: Alex Holtom, Teresa May, and Maia Lucas Third Row: Josie Ricks, Alana Hobgood, Shameka Cole, and Jennifer Gufford Fourth Row: Hope Bentley, Michelle Ward, Allyson Carroll, and Pat Coram Fifth Row: Joseph Dean, Kaitlin Cassels, and Gary Vogt On May 4th, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) held a pinning ceremony where eighteen Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) students were...



Associate of Science in Nursing Students Honored in Pinning Ceremony at SRTC

Left to Right: Front Row: Tikita Galloway, Angela Esther, Whitney Rosencrantz, Cassandra O’Neal, Brandy Sharpe Second Row: Kaley Lamon, Charlie Edwards, Dana Olvera Third Row: Marqueal Thomas, Telesia Adkins, Ashley Tarbart, Casey Nimmo Fourth Row: Rena Denson, Linda Edwards, Leah McGarrah, Ashley Hiatt, Ashley Hurst Fifth Row: Rob Coester, Sherry Ludden, Jennifer Cromer, Regina Gurley, Nicole Dunlap Sixth Row: Jeremy Weldon, Deborah Quick, Tacara Hopkins, Patricia Guzman, Jason Swain...



SRTC Approved to Expand Registered Nursing Program

To address a critical need for healthcare workers, the Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) will expand its Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree program to the SRTC Moultrie and Tifton locations in a move that could eventually double the number of nursing graduates the school produces annually. The first cohorts will begin in 2017; pending approval from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and the College is already receiving applications. SRTC-Tifton will...



SRTC Offers A Variety of Nursing Options to Fit Every Lifestyle

A busy lifestyle will no longer hinder you from becoming a nurse.  Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) is providing access to careers that, for many, may have never been an option.  With three different nursing programs that vary in length from two semesters to two years and flexible scheduling options SRTC has a fit for you.  The College’s nursing options – Nurse Aide, Practical Nursing (PN), and Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) – can be completed independently or can...