Name: Ann Pinner
Title: Associate Professor
Department: Nursing and Allied Health
Office Location: Faculty Office Room 136E
I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) from the University of Virginia, and Masters of Science degree ion Community Health Education for Old Dominion University. I have been teaching professional (RN) nursing for over 30 years. I have been at Paul D. Camp Community College for the last 6 years where I currently teach nursing fundamentals, pediatrics, maternity nursing and pharmacology. I am also the course coordinator for the LPN to RN Bridge transition course. Prior to coming to PDCCC, I taught at Louise Obici School of Nursing for over 20 years, then at three associate degree nursing programs in Georgia: Georgia Perimeter College, North Georgia College and State University and Middle Georgia College for a total of 9 years.
Prior to teaching, I was a staff nurse at Obici Hospital and over the years have worked part time in other areas of nursing (children’s hospice, school nursing, office nursing, pediatric nursing, and mother-baby nursing).
I am equally passionate about the profession of nursing and about teaching students how to become competent, safe registered nurses. In addition to my teaching responsibilities at PDCCC, I am the faculty advisor for the Nursing Student Association which is a constituency chapter of the Virginia Nursing Students Association and the National Student Nurses Association. I am proud of the contributions that the PDCCC NSA members have made to the community with their worthwhile service learning projects. Also I enjoy attending the state and national student nursing association conventions with the NSA members! It is rewarding to watch these student nurses grow professionally by their involvement in the association!