AnnaLee Hughes

AnnaLee M. Hughes, BSN, RN

PN Program Coordinator/ Assistant Professor Practical Nursing Program

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Office Hours
Mon 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Thu 10:00am - 12:00pm

I pursued my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing Degree at Lewis-Clark State College and graduated in 2007.  After graduation I was lucky enough to obtain an ICU preceptorship at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, ID and continued my education in critical care as I gained invaluable experience working the night shift over the next couple of years.


In the fall of 2008 I decided to pursue another interest in nursing, public health, and accepted a position as Community Programs Nurse/Case Manager for SE Washington’s Aging and Long Term Care (SE WA ALTC) based out of Clarkston, WA.  In this position I case managed 30-40 clients, performed in-home nursing assessments for our entire office and the Division of Developmental Disabilities, and taught basic health care classes for our in-home providers and community members.  During my time with SE WA ALTC I even had he privilege to be a part of the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services pilot study called Intensive Chronic Case Management (ICCM). 


In the summer of 2010 I applied for an open faculty position in the Practical Nursing Program at Lewis-Clark State College and was offered the position.  I have been teaching ever since and absolutely love my job.  I teach Pharmacology, IV Therapy, our Med/Surg lab and am lead faculty for our long term care, acute care and community out-rotation clinicals.  I continue to grow in my nursing practice and knowledge as I learn and implement new ways to educate our future nurses.