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Rhonda Lewis

Assistant Professor

Health Sciences 205
229. 391.5034

Mrs. Lewis grew up in Nashville, Georgia and graduated from Berrien High School.  She earned an associate degree in nursing at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  She began her carreer as a floor nurse at Tift Regional Medical Center.  She later earned a BSN and MSN from Valdosta State University.  She now resides in Cook County with her husband and two children.


NURS 2207/B


» Tift Regional Medical Center

NURS 2207 NURSING V- MEDICAL/SURGICAL TWO. 6 hours. Prerequisite: NURS 1110, NURS 1113 & BIOL 2050/BIOL 2050L with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2208. This course is a study of clients with cardiovascular, endocrine, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, immunological, neurological, and psychosocial dysfunctions. The major focus of this course is on utilization of the nursing process to care for clients experiencing these dysfunctions. Lecture/Clinical (4-0-6). Fall, Spring.

NURS 2211 and 2211B Entry into Professional Practice


» Nurse Practice Act
» Georgia Board of Nursing
» Nursing’s Code of Ethics

NURS 2211 NURSING IX- ENTRY INTO PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. 3 hours. Prerequisites: NURS 2207 & 2208 with a C or better. Co-requisite: NURS 2209 & 2210. This course is a study of the leadership and management component of registered nursing. The student learns to synthesize and apply previously learned theories and principles to client situations involving a variety of ages, cultures and situations. The leadership/manager role of the registered nurse is addressed. Employability skills are discussed. Lecture/Clinical (2-0-3). Fall, Spring.