We are proud to be the First Training Center in The Bahamas to bring the PCT program to The Bahamas. Yes we boost about that, we started the Patient Care Technician program since 1999 off Shirley Street, then Prince Charles Drive, and now at our new location Nassau Street. Since then we have trained hundreds of students.
Early Access Training Center in Nassau, Bahamas is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
Our lecturers are PhD, Mastered prepared, bring a wealth of experience and are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
Dr. Theresa Moxey-Adderley RN, PhD, AHI started out as a nurse’s aid in 1987. Today, she is an overly qualified registered nurse with more than 30 years of clinical and academic experience. She is instrumental in building the PCT programme, here in the Bahamas after getting the idea while in charge at Memorial Regional West some 20 plus years ago. Early Access started out training nursing assistants and PCTs from 1999 to present.
One of those with the highest degree in nursing in The Bahamas, Dr. Adderley earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at Barry University and obtained two Master of Science degrees in Health Administration and Nursing Education from the St. Thomas and Barry Universities respectively. She earned her PhD in Nursing Research from Florida International University and currently holds an Associate Professor rank.
Moxey-Adderley has taught at University of China, served as an adjunct member of faculty at Universities in the United States, Chair of the local school of nursing here in The Bahamas. as well as Coordinator of Nursing Education within the Doctor’s Hospital Nursing System. Her diversified clinical background in the acute care setting was developed in the United States in a large trauma and intensive patient care facility. It is here that she received over 15 years of experience in, Trauma Care, Programme Development, Health and Safety Issues and more recently, nursing research.
Currently, she is the immediate past chairperson in the School of Nursing at the College of The Bahamas. the Programme Coordinator at the Early Access Training Center since 1998 and focuses extensively on curriculum development and lead facilitator of numerous specialized training programmes. She is passionate and enthusiastic about learning and gets fulfilment when she is imparting knowledge.