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Hiserote Joins St. Luke’s College as Assistant Professor

Oct 02, 2014 12:55PM ● Published by MED Magazine

Sioux City, IA - St. Luke’s College – UnityPoint Health is pleased to name Sonya Hiserote as assistant professor for the Division of Nursing Education.

In her new role, Hiserote provides classroom and clinical instruction for third and fourth semester students in the Associate Degree Nursing Program at St. Luke’s College.

Previously, Hiserote served as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Nursing Education at the College of St. Mary in Omaha and in the Department of Nursing Education at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs. She also has extensive experience as a registered nurse, most recently at The Nebraska Medical Center.

Hiserote earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing Education at Clarkson College in Omaha.    

Located at 2800 Pierce Street in Sioux City, St. Luke’s College celebrated record enrollment in its 2014 fall semester. St. Luke’s College offers Bachelor Degree Completion Programs in Nursing and Health Sciences; Associate Degree Programs in Nursing, Radiologic Technology and Respiratory Care; Certificate Programs in Medical Laboratory Science and Phlebotomy; and Specialty Certifications in Sonography, CT, MRI and Mammography; and a Clinical Pastoral Education Program. 

 

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