Nursing Student – Danielle Pitcher

Danielle Pitcher
Graduated 1997

I am proud to be a graduate of the Bridgerland Nursing Program and even more honored to be among the first class of graduating nursing students. The instructors at Bridgerland are of the highest quality. They truly care about the professional development of their students. The program is very well organized and structured for success while setting high expectations for excellence. This foundation gave me the very best beginning as a professional. The program instilled values of integrity, quality, compassion, diligence, and overall excellence in me.

Since my graduation, I have had the opportunity to develop my nursing career in many facets. I completed my ADN (Associate’s Degree in Nursing) at Weber State University and earned a BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) from Western Governors University. I began my clinical career as a Labor and Delivery Nurse at Logan Regional Hospital and further achieved success as a Charge Nurse and Unit Education Consultant in Labor and Delivery. I was privileged to be a Clinical Instructor in the Nursing Program at Bridgerland for a couple of years as well. Additionally, I have been a Region Education Consultant for Women and Newborns in the North Region at Intermountain Healthcare and have served as the Facility Training Coordinator during the iCentra implementation at Logan Regional Hospital. Since that time I have enjoyed my career as a Clinical Education Program Coordinator at Logan Regional Hospital. My
responsibilities include: coordinating all of the nursing students at our facility, managing the Nurse Residency program, being the chair of the Nursing Education Council, assisting with new employee orientation, and collaborating on project implementations. It is my great pleasure to be an alumnus of Bridgerland Technical College.