May 19, 2020
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Nyree Conville Joins Huntingdon as Director of Institutional Health
Montgomery, Ala.—Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West announced today that the College has hired Nyree Conville, R.N., as the College’s director of institutional health. She will begin June 1.
“Nyree Conville has an impressive background of more than 20 years in nursing, specializing in emergency and trauma nursing and in case management,” said West. “She is accomplished in an educational setting, having served as a nursing instructor. Perhaps just as important, she is familiar with the culture of Huntingdon College as both the parent of an alumnus and a current student and the wife of our long-time head baseball coach and alumnus, D.J. Conville.”
Nyree Conville completed her associate’s degree in nursing at Troy University and her bachelor’s degree in nursing at Jacksonville State University, with a focus on community health nursing and disaster management. She has earned certification in ACLS (Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support) instruction; CSEPP (Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program); Coding Education; and as a Clinical Documentation Specialist. Conville began her nursing career in the emergency department at Jackson Hospital and has worked in emergency services, nursing management, case management, and as a clinical documentation specialist for Coosa Valley Medical Center since 2000. She has served as a clinical instructor for Auburn University and for Central Alabama Community College. As a case manager at CVMC, she acts as a social worker, patient advocate, and liaison with patients, families, and healthcare providers.
“Ms. Conville brings with her a unique cache of experience and training that makes her the perfect individual to provide the level of care we expect for our Huntingdon students, and to establish a new level of standards and protocols in student health management as we move forward,” said West. “Especially with regard to her knowledge of triage and individualized health evaluation and care, her experience provides the level of confidence in our health services necessary for the College to have in place as we welcome students back to campus later this summer.”
Huntingdon College continues a legacy of faith, wisdom, and service through a residential liberal arts academic tradition grounded in the Judeo-Christian heritage of the United Methodist Church. For more information on Huntingdon College, see www.huntingdon.edu. The College has announced that fall term classes will begin August 10.