Nursing and Allied Health Department
Pat Hendrix, Interim Director
of Nursing & Allied Health
Nursing and Allied Health
The Nursing Program is in the process of admitting students for Summer and Fall classes. We ask for your patience as we complete this process. A notice will be placed on the website when acceptance emails are sent to your Motlow email account.
If you are interested in pursuing a career in nursing or allied health, Motlow College is the place for you.
Motlow's nursing program is known across the state for its excellent graduates. After completing prerequisite courses, students can graduate in four semesters with an AAS in Nursing. LPN students, after completing prerequisite courses, can graduate in three semesters. If you have the desire and motivation to become a nursing professional, this program is for you.
Motlow's EMS program provides certifications in EMT, AEMT and EMT- Paramedic and an AAS degree for Paramedics. This exciting, growing program is on the move to get its graduates into jobs in emergency departments, fire departments, flight programs, and local EMS services.
Are you a student or individual who...
- Is undecided, yet interested in a healthcare program
- Have repeatedly applied for Allied Health programs and have not been accepted
- Is an existing healthcare worker who is looking to expand their skills
- Currently enrolled in Healthcare Training at Community College or Technology Center
Rx Tennessee is designed to help students in healthcare programs.
For information contact:
Motlow State Community College