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|About||Bay Path offers a Full Time, 10 month Practical Nursing training and education. Beginning in late August and ending in late June classes meet from 4-10:00 pm Monday-Friday. Graduates may sit for the NCLEX-PN to become Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN).|
|Mission||Bay Path Regional Vocational Practical Nursing Academy is committed to providing students with a quality education that will enable them to secure employment as entry-level nurses and become contributing members of Southern Worcester County. Through an integrated curriculum, graduates of the Academy will attain the knowledge, skills, and professional attitudes necessary to successfully pass the NCLEX-PN examination and provide nursing care to diverse, multicultural populations with well-defined health care needs across the life span.|
|Description||Bay Path Practical Nursing Academy offers a 40-week, full-time evening program that will prepare graduates for the NCLEX-PN licensure exam. Upon program completion, graduates will receive a certificate in Practical Nursing. Practical Nurses are essential members of the health care team. In collaboration with Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Registered Nurses and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel, Licensed Practical Nurses manage caring interventions to individuals and families with common well defined health care needs. LPNs enjoy employment in a variety of settings. LPNs work in long-term care facilities, hospitals, homes, physician offices, and clinics.|
Ranked among the top 10 in the state by a national nonprofit nursing website, Practicalnursing.org 2014
Bay Path Regional Technical Vocational High School in Charlton at number six.
The ranking was determined by the percentage of program graduates who passed the NCLEX-PN test to obtain an LPN license.
98 percent of graduates from the Bay Path program passed. Program graduates who pass the NCLEX-PN exam are prepared to being entry-level LPN careers in long-term care, office settings, ambulatory care settings, acute are settings, rehabilitation centers, or to continue their nursing careers.