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Recruiters - Schools

Kathy Pierce, RN, MNSc, CPHQ, CNE


For residents of southeast Arkansas, access to higher education has frequently been a challenge. However, for the last 35 years, the JRMC School of Nursing has offered skilled nursing instruction that has launched hundreds of careers as Registered Nurses, and the program continues to grow and expand with each year that passes. The school offers a 17-month Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program featuring a low student to teacher ratio, a simulation laboratory, virtual learning environments and a computer lab. The hospital is just one block away, making it easy for clinical rotations. The JRMC School of  Nursing is ABHES accredited. For young people just starting a career or non-traditional students beginning a second career, the JRMC School of Nursing is a convenient, competitive choice. For complete details go to or call 870-541-7858.


Nursing Notes

“In the volunteer role, each volunteer brings their own set of skills to the hospital. I think it was easier for me, because I had been familiar with several of the nurses on the unit where I volunteer. My advice to volunteers is to be yourself and relax into the very satisfying role helping others.”


Martha Chamness, RN, MNSC, CPHQ (retired) UAMS volunteer
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