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JCJC offers I.V. Therapy Course

(The following is a press release from JCJC.)

ELLISVILLE - Jones County Junior College is offering an I.V. Therapy Re-Certification course to prepare the Licensed Practical Nurse II to re-certify in the expanded role of I.V. Therapy.  The course begins at 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 7, for 10 hours of lecture in the JCJC Home and Health Services Auditorium.  The cost of the course is $150 with lunch included.  Pre-registration is required by calling Kelly Robinson at 601-477-4163.
 

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