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STATE OF THE ART
NRC gives you the ability to generate custom reports and is continually being enhanced. Effectiveness and results have been proven by independent research.

 

SUPPORT SERVICES
See a demonstration of NRC features before you commit. A one-day initial training gets you started, and on-call support gives you answers when you need them.

 

THE LOS ANGELES NURSING RESOURCE CENTER

The Los Angeles Nursing Resource Center is a collaborative effort between the Foundation for California Community Colleges and the HealthImpact. The Foundation develops the online applications and has oversight for the entire project, while HealthImpact has the primary responsibility for leading all community outreach activities and collaboration with the Los Angeles users.

OUR VALUES

Los Angeles NRC programs are based on the following values:

Trust - Establish and maintain the highest levels of system integrity
Mutual Respect - Treat everyone as a valued colleague
Community - Uphold a sense of "oneness" and cooperation with all stakeholders
Educational Excellence - Ensure all students are enabled to realize their potential
Open Communication - Commitment to listen and share ideas

Increase placements
Save time and money
Find and develop faculty
Provide ongoing support
Track progress

About Us

The Los Angeles Nursing Resource Center is a collaborative effort between the Foundation for California Community Colleges and HealthImpact. The Foundation develops the online applications and has oversight for the entire project, while HealthImpact has the primary responsibility for leading all community outreach activities and collaboration with the Los Angeles users.

CCPS Training

CCPS 2.0 Training

The original CCPS system has been redesigned and the new CCPS 2.0 version will be launched in the LA region in spring 2018. 

Training will be provided to all clinical placement coordinators in February to support transition to the new system. The CCPS technical design team at the Foundation for Community Colleges (FCCC) in Sacramento will be on site leading these sessions along with our local HealthImpact team. The new CCPS 2.0 has been expanded to now support scheduling of allied health professionals in addition to RN and LVN programs. Please RSVP for one of the 3-hour training sessions that works best for your schedule. It is essential each school and clinical facility schedule at least one representative participate.  The session will include your review prior placements, and guided activities to support your transition in utilizing the redesigned CCPS 2.0 system this Spring. 

It is important that at least (1) coordinator from each participating School or Clinical Facility attend a training session, and we encourage all to participate  Space is limited with each deliberately kept small to support individualized learning, thus coordinators need to be pre-scheduled to attend. Classes will be held in Pasadena, and location and parking details will be provided to those with confirmed RSVPs.  Please contact Tianda for any questions or email your RSVP to tianda@healthimpact.org .

 Wednesday, February 14

Schools 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Clinical Agencies 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Thursday, February 15

Clinical Agencies 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Schools 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Friday, February 16

Schools 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Schools 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

 

Contact Us

For Community Outreach and general information please contact: 

Carolyn Orlowski, RN, MSN
Southern California Regional Coordinator
E: carolyn@healthimpact.org 

For assistance with the Centralized Clinical Placement System (CCPS), please contact: 

Tianda McKoy, MBA
Southern California Project Coordinator
E: tianda@healthimpact.org



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