Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations
A Private, Not-for-Profit, Licensed and Nationally Accredited College of Nursing
    

Where dreams of a Better Tomorrow Come True … Learn, Grow, Become …


Located at:
5154 Okeechobee Blvd
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
Phone: (561)683-1400
Fax: (561)683-6773
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Lois M. Gackenheimer, PhD Ed, MSN, RN
Executive Director / President
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DRUG FREE POLICY/PROCEDURE AND PROGRAM

The Purpose of the Alcohol and other Drug Policy and Program at Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations is to preview the unlawful possession use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.

POLICY:
All students, staff, and faculty will be required to sign a "Drug Free School" policy which informs them of the college’s policies and procedures and commits them to complying with its provisions. It should be understood by all that substance abuse checks can be required in any setting where the well being of a patient may be jeopardized. This may include student activities, employment provisions, and on-the-job requirements.

It should also be known that even after Graduation, State Certification and Licensure will be jeopardized in the event of arrest and conviction of substance abused and illegal drug crimes.

Distribution of information about the Alcohol - Other Drugs Program at Academy for Nursing and Health Occupations is accomplished in the following ways.
  1. New students receive a copy to sign.
  2. New employees receive a copy to sign.
  3. The policy is included annually in the college catalogue for student’s use.
  4. The policy is included annually in the Policy and Procedure book for staff use.
  5. The Policy and Procedures are included on the college’s web site.
The annual goals of this program are as follows:
  1. No impaired students.
  2. No impaired staff.
  3. No impaired faculty.
  4. In the event that a student, staff member, or faculty exhibit impaired behavior immediate, compassionate yet safe action will be taken to protect students and patients.