Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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September 18, 2013

SKYCTC cuts ribbon on new health facility

GLASGOW — Since the Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College’s first nursing graduating class in 1957, the college has graduated 2,300 licensed practical nurses and 150 registered nurses. The program’s growth over the years necessitated the construction of a new building on the health campus.

Jimmy Isenberg, dean of Allied Health and Nursing, was joined Wednesday by Dr. Phillip Neal, president of SKYCTC, facility, students and community members to celebrate the ribbon cutting of their new 5,200-square-foot facility for classroom space and a new microbiology lab.

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