The Chattanooga State Foundation is honored to accept a wonderful donation from the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society Alliance for the Debra Watlington Nursing Scholarship.
“The Chattanooga Hamilton County Medical Society Alliance is invested in the health of our local community. Our Alliance established the Debra Watlington nursing scholarship to help students achieve their dream of becoming a nurse. The physicians and their families in Chattanooga are committed to the healthcare professionals in this community and wish to support them in their endeavors to achieve excellence . It is with great pleasure that we are able to help students at Chattanooga State realize their dream of becoming a nurse.” – Jan Rose, Scholarship Chair, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society Alliance
Thank you to the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Alliance for their leadership and loyalty in helping fund scholarships that make dreams of becoming a nurse come true!
Chattanooga State’s Baroness Erlanger Nursing Program is ranked 4th in the state out of 37 similar programs and celebrates a 95.9% pass rate compared to the national average of 82.86% and Tennessee average of 88.05%. Our overall percentage of graduates passing the nursing licensure exams is 97%, based on first attempt.
Photo above (left to right): Jan Rose, Scholarship Chair, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society Alliance, Tammy Sawyers, ChattState Director of Development, and Trisha Koontz, President of the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society Alliance.