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Judith B. Cordia

Director of Nursing and Allied Health

Western Nevada Community College

HQ Phone:  (775) 445-3000

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Western Nevada Community College

2201 West College Parkway

Carson City, Nevada,89703

United States

Company Description

Western Nevada College is a comprehensive, two-year community college that serves more than 5,000 students within a five-county, 10,000-square-mile area. It is one of four community colleges in the Nevada System of Higher Education, and is accredited by the No...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Allied Health Programs

Nevada State College


Division Chair

WNC


Director

Allied Health


Affiliations

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing

ACEN Appeal Panel Member


National League for Nursing

Appeal Panel Member


National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission

Appeal Panel Member


Education

EdD


Web References(38 Total References)


High Sierra Area Health Education Center

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Judy Cordia
Director of Nursing and Allied Health Western Nevada College


Western Nevada College to restore nursing classes at Fallon campus | nnbw.com

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There are many reasons why Dr. Judith Cordia, WNC's Nursing and Allied Health director, has long desired to bring nursing education back to Fallon.
"If we can help students by negating some of that danger, give them more time with their families and more money in their pockets, all those things come with not having to drive," Cordia said. "Students get tired and they have a lot of deadlines to meet. "When the program ceased in Fallon during the economic downturn of 2011, there was a lot of disappointment throughout the region. Cordia said. "They knew this was what they had to do," Cordia said. An agreement with Churchill County enables WNC to use a 2,500-square-foot lab a mile from the Fallon campus to instruct eight nursing students annually. The lab contains classroom and office space, as well as state-of-the-art equipment to educate Nursing, Certified Nursing Assistants, and Emergency Medical Services students. "We want to mimic the lab in Carson City so that the educational opportunities in Fallon are equal to the learning opportunities here," Cordia said. Cordia said that of the 43 students who graduated from the program last spring, 40 of them have already passed the NCLEX exam, with two students yet to take the test. "They receive a great education," Cordia said.


Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing - ACEN Appeal Panel Members

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Judith Cordia, EdD, RN
Director Nursing and Allied Health Western Nevada College


NLNAC Peer Reviewers

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Judith Cordia, EdD, RN
Director of Nursing and Allied Health Nursing Department Western Nevada College


www.nevadaappeal.com

"Having appropriate technology is extremely important to help our students develop critical thinking skills," said Dr. Judith Cordia, WNC Division Chair of Nursing and Allied Health.
"It allows our students to better understand and carry out the safe care of patients. On behalf of the WNC community, I would like to thank UNLV and NSC for this generous gift. I would also like to thank the Health Sciences System for coordinating the effort to use the resources among our state's higher education institutions." Cordia said the high-tech manikins offer students a learning experience that is close to treating live patients.


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