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19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Orlando Medical Institute President Felix Marquez has announced a new academic program beginning this spring, which will expand the courses offered at OMI. In addition to EMT and Paramedic courses, Orlando Medical Institute has been approved by the Board of Nursing to provide an Associates Degree in Nursing. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20131219/PH36101LOGO-b ) Orlando Medical Institute’s nursing program is fully accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools. Upon successful completion of the program, students receive an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing, which enables them to apply for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Upon successful completion of this examination, the Registered Nurse (RN) License is achieved. “The demand in Central Florida for nursing licensure is extremely high with long admission waiting periods and we wanted to provide students an additional option in the Orlando market,” said Director of Operations / Vice President Abigail Monroig-Marquez. “We have been providing EMT and Paramedic courses since 2004 and felt that Nursing is an excellent addition to our medical training curriculum.” Construction on the new 12,000 sq. ft expansion space is nearing completion with final work being done on the classrooms, simulation centers and streamlined technology hub for students’ enhanced learning. OMI Nursing students will enjoy: Simulation labs with hospital-style patient rooms and medical bays Specially designed classrooms with multiple flat screen TV monitors iPads for enhanced integrated classroom presentation technology which will be issued to each student High fidelity simulation mannequins, which facilitate a wide variety of nursing scenarios Access to computers for nursing program students with a dedicated Library and private study area OMI will provide its students with all the tools and skills they need to succeed in the challenging and rewarding field of nursing. For information on admission requirements and to learn more about Orlando Medical Institute’s educational opportunities call 407-251-0007 or visit http://www.omi.edu .
6 to be arrested in probe of Florida inmates’ escape
Utah improved to 1-1 on its five-game road trip, while the Magic fell for the third time in their last four games. Tobias Harris and Nikola Vucevic each had double-doubles for Orlando, which received a team-high 17 points from Nelson. Burke’s pull-up jumper broke a 78-78 tie with 3:45 remaining, and Favors tipped in his own miss the next time down for a four-point Jazz lead. A pair of free throws from Vucevic and Glen Davis around a Hayward 20-footer had Orlando down by two, 84-82, and a shot clock violation on Utah gave the Magic a chance to tie or take the lead with one final possession. Nelson drove past Burke and had a clean look in the lane before Favors contested the shot and forced Nelson to go too high off the backboard.
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“Jenkins testified that he, Jenkins, had committed that crime that Slater was imprisoned for and, because of the Jenkins lie, Slater’s burglary conviction was overturned in September 2009, and he was released from prison.” Bailey said Nashaddai, Jenkins and Forbes created the fraudulent papers used in this year’s escape while they were inside the prison, then had it submitted to the clerk’s office and filed as an order of the court. “Once the clerks had accepted the fraudulent order, they notified the Department of Corrections of the sentence modification,” and voila, Jenkins and Walter were released. There’s more. As they were being released, the two men turned to a former inmate colleague named Terrance Goodman, 37, for help, Bailey said.
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A discussion on the types of spaces included and exempted from the code. Review the mandatory interior and exterior lighting power consumption as well as the mandatory lighting control requirements. (Good for GBCI CE Credit) Allen Weiss is a graduate of Drexel University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Allen is both an LC and PE by examination and is presently registered in six states (Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and North Carolina).Allen has personally designed or supervised over 30 million square feet of facility lighting, many for Fortune 500 clients. Additionally, he has worked on the lighting design of several major roadway, tunnel and bridge projects including Orlando, Florida’s East-West Expressway and major portions of Charleston, West Virginia’s interstate highway system. Several of his lighting designs have merited design awards through the IESNA and Architectural Record.