Associates Degree Nursing
Public Information Regarding Reporting Unprofessional Conduct or Malpractice
Navarro College Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) Faculty use evidence-based practice, attend annual nursing education training programs, and comply with nationally recognized professional and ethical standards of nursing care.
As an organization that has 10 or more registered nurses on staff, Navarro College has a Peer Review Committee process as required by the Texas Board of Nursing. One purpose of the Peer Review Committee is to review the merits of complaints concerning a nurse employed by Navarro College or the nursing care provided by a nurse employed by Navarro College and to make a determination or recommendation regarding the complaint.
Navarro College and the Navarro College Associate Degree Nursing Program and Vocational Nursing Program use this website and other means to inform the public about nursing practice information. Navarro College professional nurses maintain established professional and ethical standards and adhere to all Texas Board of Nursing rules.
Any person who has knowledge of unprofessional conduct or malpractice by an Rn or LVN employed by Navarro College may report that complaint to the contacts listed in the table below:
|Chair of the Peer Review Committee||Patricia Lucas, RN||903.875.7558|
|Associate Degree Nursing Program Director||Betty Shumate||903.875.7588|
|Vocational Nursing Program Director||Barbara Jones||903.875.7549|
|Texas Board of Nursing||512.305.7400|
Guy Featherston, Dean
Bain Center, Room 226
Betty Shumate, RN, Coordinator
Bain Center, Room 218
Certified Nurse Aide
Certified Medication Aide
*Tuition cost reflects $111.00 per credit hour for in-district students for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Cost does not include labs, fees, books, or supplies. Program costs are approximate and cost is subject to change.
Download the full Fall 2014 tuition chart here .