Pamela J McCulloughInstructor of Nursing Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Abilene Intercollegiate School of Nursing, HSU, Abilene, TX 1997
- Master of Science in Nursing, Kaplan University, Chicago, IL, 2012
Pamela McCullough graduated from Hardin Simmons University and PHSSN in 1997 when PHSSN was Abilene Intercollegiate School of Nursing. She worked for 6 years as an acute care educator for the cardiac floor and cath lab. She served as House Supervisor at Hendrick Medical Center where she was in charge of house wide operations of the larger hospital in the Abilene, Tx area. She also worked many years as charge nurse on the Cardiac Unit.
Pam McCullough has chaired a unit committee that worked on improving conditions for patients, staff, and families. She worked exclusively with new graduating nurses and CNA’s to safely transfer over from student mentality to professional nurse role.
Pam McCullough has been a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurse’s national organization as well as a local chapter member where she serves as treasurer for three years, serving locally in Abilene, Tx.
Pam has been actively involved with the United States military for 26.5 years; some as a military wife, spouse, “Mac” serving, as well as herself serving for 3.5 years.
Pam McCullough received her Master’s degree in 2012 from Kaplan University, Chicago, Illinois. She had the drive and desire to want to teach.
Pam has worked at educating the future of nursing in many roles; at bedside at Hendrick Medical Center as well as aiding in TSTC’s LVN-RN program and PHSSN BSN program. She has worked as adjunct as well as FT faculty since 2012 when she received her Master’s degree to teach.
Mrs. McCullough has taught: Pharmacology, Introduction to Nursing, Medical-Surgical nursing, Critical Care nursing along with Leadership and Management and Mental Health.