Kim Erskine, MSN, RN
Assistant Professor of Nursing, First Year
Kim Erskine began teaching theory and clinical for the Hannibal-LaGrange ASN Program in the fall of 2008. Since that time, as a nursing fundamentals instructor, she have welcomed eight graduating classes of nursing students into the HLGU Associate of Science in Nursing program.
Kim especially enjoys time at home with her family and pets, doing crafty projects, or working on the house. When she has extra time, she enjoys speeding through fun, historical fiction. She also loves traveling with her husband and children. They drive many miles to visit friends and family from Montana and Texas toe Maine and Tennessee. They traipse all over the US to see the many divinely created and man-made wonders that the United States has to offer - the Grand Canyon is next on the list!
"I am the daughter and daughter-in-law of lovely, supportive parents; the wife of a loving husband; the mother of four loved children; and the friend of many awesome individuals," she says. "I have been honored to be a part of the HLGU family these years and am continually surprised, blessed, and humbled by the grace of my heavenly Father who has enabled me to do what I do."
- Master of Science in Nursing - Education, Walden University - 2012
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing, St. Catherine University - 1994
- Nursing Fundamentals
- Adult/Child I & the Childbearing Family
- Missouri Nurses Association
- Sigma Theta Tau International
- National League for Nursing
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