College of Health and Allied Developments

Mission

The mission of the College of Health and Allied Development is to provide the highest quality education for students while preparing the students by equipping them with the knowledge, skills, passion, compassion and belief that they can make a positive difference one patient at a time. It is the college’s belief that qualified individuals who are willing to apply themselves can benefit from the coursework offered at the institution.

Vision Statement

The vision of the college is to provide a quality educational program designed to meet the needs of the nursing community in South Florida. These needs would include expanding knowledge, developing understanding and applying newly acquired skills. The vision statement provides guidance to what the college is committed to achieve by employing qualified professionals and experienced faculty and staff to instruct and guide students to be nurturing, caring, empathetic and talented nurses.

Objectives

  • To provide high quality educational program designed to meet the growing needs of the nursing community
  • To satisfy the growing demand for advanced degree nurses
  • To contribute to the development of highly qualified, socially aware, and leader-oriented nurses

Leaders and Facilitators

Our team of leaders and facilitators possess advanced degrees and boosts many years of experience in their areas of expertise.

Licensure

The College of Health and Allied Development is licensed by the Commission for Independent Education (CIE), Florida Department of Education (license #5126). Additional information regarding this institution may be obtained by contacting the CIE at 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400. Toll free telephone: 888-224-6684

What our students say

Our students enjoy our learning style and the flexibility of working at their own pace

  • I am sorry I did not start before, I am learning so much

    Alice Williams Nursing Student
  • I can put what I learn into action immediately

    John Doe Nursing Student
  • The best experience. I do not remember ever being able to tell what I learn in a class before, now, I am so excited I am able to address my patient's concern better, and contribute to solutions at my job

    Sara Lisbon Nursing Student
  • I got a promotion. My boss says she can see the improvement in my patient and staff interaction

    Tom Hudson Nursing Student