Scott L. Belin, MSN, RN
Adjunct Nursing Instructor, Sullivan University
Originally from Louisiana, I graduated with my BSN in 1994. My primary and extensive background is Emergency Nursing, where I have worked in many Level I Trauma Centers across the country. I also have other nursing experiences, such as flight nurse, transporting patients across the country; home health supervisor, critical care nurse, and Med/Surg. Charge nurse. In 1999, I relocated to Louisville, Kentucky for employment as an ED Supervisor.
In 2003, I expanded my experience toward healthcare informatics. I became an ED System Analyst | System Administrator for Norton Healthcare. Since that time, I have compiled experience and expertise, leveraging technology and analytics to better patient care. I obtained my Master of Nursing degree with emphasis on Healthcare Informatics from Grand Canyon University in 2019.
I began working for Sullivan University in 2016 as an adjunct nursing instructor. In that time, I have been able to teach and interact with students through various courses in the nursing curriculum. With my varied experiences over many years, I strive to impart lessons I have learned to the new nurse. I enjoy being able to help students learn and succeed in the nursing profession.