Health Sciences Division

Health Sciences Division
Mission Statement

The mission of the Health Sciences Division is to provide high-quality, evidence-based education to students enrolled in health-related courses, certificate and degree programs. Students are prepared to have a positive impact on society in relation to health and wellness and to succeed in becoming productive members of the healthcare industry.

Faculty

A.A.S., Monroe County Community College
B.S.N, Mercy College of Detroit
M.S.N., University of Phoenix

Contact Information

(734) 384-4175, hboylan@monroeccc.edu, L-214

B.S.N., Bowling Green State University
M.S.N., Eastern Michigan University
Ph.D., Walden University
Certified Nurse Educator

Contact Information

(734) 384-4173, garner@monroeccc.edu, H-118

A.S., Macomb Community College
B.S., Wayne State University
B.S.N., Wayne State University
M.S./Nursing Critical Care Specialist, Eastern Michigan University

Contact Information

(734) 384- 4253, tgiacomini@monroeccc.edu, H-153

A.A.S., Monroe County Community College
B.S.N., Madonna University
M.S.N., University of Toledo

Contact Information

(734) 384-4266, dlymond@monroeccc.edu, H-153

A.A.S., Monroe County Community College
M.S.N., Walden University

Contact Information

(734) 384-4267,  lmcclure@monroeccc.edu, L-215

A.S., Monroe County Community College
A.A.S., Monroe County Community College
B.A.S., Siena Heights University

Contact Information

(734) 384-4268, aprush@monroeccc.edu, H-154

B.S.N., University of Detroit-Mercy
M.S. Regis University
Certified Nurse Educator

Contact Information

(734) 384-4265, drobinson@monroeccc.edu,  H-116

B.A., University Of Toledo
M.S.N., Lourdes University

Contact Information

(734) 457-6025, mschwartz@monroeccc.edu, H-152

A.A.S., Nomroe County Community College
B.F.A., Bowling Green State University

Contact Information

(734) 457-6055hstripling@monroeccc.edu, H-150

 

Featured

MCCC’s nurse aide program is designed to prepare an individual to fulfill the role of direct caregiver/nursing aide. The course emphasizes the skills and behaviors that are significant to employers of nurse aides, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Upon completion of this course, students will be eligible to take the clinical and written exams required for certification as a nurse aide in the State of Michigan.

Learn More about Becoming a CNA

Respiratory therapy, or respiratory care, is an allied health profession specializing in cardiopulmonary disorders and diseases. A respiratory therapist can be instrumental in assisting in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of a wide spectrum of disorders affecting the heart and lungs. Graduates of MCCC’s program are prepared for basic or advanced respiratory care positions in hospitals, nursing homes, subacute care centers, rehabilitation facilities, long-term care facilities, home care companies, asthma clinics, sleep disorders laboratories and pulmonary function laboratories.

Check Out MCCC’s RT Program

Division Spotlight: Top Marks on Nursing Licensure Exams

MCCC’s practical nursing class that tested in 2017 earned a 100 percent first-time pass rate on the National Council Licensure Exam for Practical Nurses. First-time NCLEX pass rates for registered nursing program students were also well above the national average. The most recent annual pass rate (2016) was 97 percent, while the national average was 81 percent. 

Learn More about the Practical Nursing Program

Learn More about the Registered Nursing Program

Division Contact Information

Kimberly Lindquist

Dean
Phone Icon 734.384.4101
Building / Office IconH-115

Ijaz Ahmed

Director of Respiratory Therapy
Phone Icon 734.384.4103
Building / Office IconH-155

Lori Biggs

Nursing Program Coordinator
Phone Icon 734.384.4248
Building / Office IconH-117

Rachel Lehr

Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Health Sciences
Phone Icon 734.384.4102
Building / Office IconH-120

Hours

Monday – Friday

8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.