Public and private sector partnerships are essential to address Florida’s nursing shortage

There is no denying that the need for health care workers has never been greater. Recent reports by the Florida Hospital Association, the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida and the Florida Healthcare Association, show that the Sunshine State is projected to be short 59,100 nurses by 2035. Seminole State College of Florida is working hard to do its part to address the shortage of nurses, respiratory therapists and other health professionals, and maintain quality health care in Central Florida…