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Tom P. Haney Technical Center
3016 Hwy 77 N
Panama City, FL 32405
Phone (850) 767-5500
fax (850) 747-5555 

TEAS Testing


The Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) has proven to be a reliable admissions tool to predict future health science academic success. The TEAS exam was developed based upon the 9-12 grade Science, Reading, Math, and English Language Usage standards identified as import for students to possess upon entry into a health science program.

This is a computer-based test comprised of 170 questions divided into four (4) core ares: reading, math, science, and English. The total time allotted to complete the test is 209 minutes. In preparation for the TEAS, you may want to use the ATI TEAS study manual and practice tests available at atitesting.com (opens in new window).

Cost: $68 at least one day in advance of the testing.  Pay by phone by calling 850-767-5500.

Test Day: 
  • Bring receipt for voucher to the testing lab, located on the 3rd floor of building 1
  • Bring a photo ID the day of testing
  • Cell phones or any other mobile electronic devices will not be permitted in test area
  • Food and/or drink are not permitted in the test area
Passing Scores:
  • Reading 60%
  • Math 60%
  • English 60%
  • Science 50%



There are no refunds for testing no-shows.

TEAS scores are valid for one (1) year from their test date.

Program Advisory Committee

Tiffany Taite
Staff Development
St. Andrews Bay Skilled Nursing and Rehab

Simone Cooper
Assistant Director of Nursing
St. Andrews Bay Skilled Nursing and Rehab

Tonya Thomas RN-DON
Gulf CI Annex – Interim at Jackson CI

Dr. Ulhaq, MD

Christine Sanders, RN
Staff Development Coordinator
Clifford Chester Sims State Veteran's Affairs Home

Debbie Thompson
Director of Nursing
Clifford Chester Sims State Veteran's Affairs Home

Practical Nursing

Practical Nursing Class

Program Length: 

1350 hours
45 week
Program Number: H170607

Nursing is a healing profession for you and for those you serve. You'll perform a broad range of duties in many diverse health care settings including caring for newborns, the aged, home-bound, or mentally ill. Under the supervision of a physician or a registered nurse, you’ll prepare patients for examination, administer medications, check patient’s vital signs, and sometimes perform routine laboratory tests. Your primary responsibility is the comfort and welfare of your patients.

All forms necessary for the Application Packet are listed below. Applicants who have submitted completed packets and who have met all admission requirements will be considered for interview.   Applicants that have applied in the past will need to complete a new admission packet (all components).  Previous applications are shredded at the completion of each registration period.  We strongly encourage you to make copies of your packet prior to submission. 

Please feel free to contact us if you have additional questions or if you need assistance with your application: (850) 767-5500.

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Application Packet

Other Related Links

Practical Nursing Application Packet Checklist

Physical and Immunization forms

Haney Technical Center Admission Application

Financial Aid

Health Sciences Personal or Work References Form

Program Information

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 TEAS Testing

Program Structure
The program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of  two(2) Occupational Completion Points (OCPs).

 Course #

Course Description




Practical Nursing Foundations 1




Practical Nursing Foundations 2




Medical Surgical Nursing 1



Medical Surgical Nursing 2



Comprehensive Nursing and Transitional Skills




Admission Requirements
18 years or older

Basic Skills: Unless exempt, students' competency in reading, math, and language are assessed within six (6) weeks of program entry using the Wunderlic.

Program Advisory Estimated Entry-Level Salary Range

Council on Occupational Education (COE) Rates
Program Completion Rate: 100%
Program Placement Rate: 80%
Program Licensure Rate: 100%