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Dr. Johnny R. Wilson

Instructor of Speech/Language Pathology

Office: 348
Phone: 843-661-1897

Kellie L. Gainey

Instructor of Nursing, Director of Lab Simulation

Office: LNB 130
Phone: 843-661-1907

Dr. Nia I. Johnson

Interim Coordinator of Clinical Services Assistant Professor

Office: CCHS 350
Phone: (843) 661-1887

Brianna E. Jones

Grant Coordinator CCHS

Office: CCHS
Phone: 843-661-4696

Dr. W. Freda Wilson

Director of Speech-Language Pathology

Office: CCHS 348
Phone: 843-661-1897

Megan S. Wayne

Instructor of Nursing

Office: LNB 120
Phone: 843-661-1690

Janil Seegars

Administrative Assistant, Speech Language Pathology

Office: CCHS 346
Phone: 843-661-1847

John Nolette

Grant Assistant

Office: CCHS
Phone: 843-661-4697

Vinosia Hines

Part-time Nursing Instructor

Office: LNB 120
Phone: 843-661-1690

David L. James

Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies

Office: CCHS 360
Phone: 843-661-1922

Wendy H. Hatchell

Instructor of Nursing

Office: LNB 105
Phone: 843-661-4656

Dr. Allison C. Munn

Assistant Professor

Office: LNB 127
Phone: 843-661-1898

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