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Heather Gable

Heather A. Gable, MS, RN, LNHA
RN-BSN Program Coordinator

Email HAGable@frostburg.edu
Work Phone 301-687-4894
Office Location Frostburg State University
Performing Arts Center
Room 127B
Office Hours Mutually agreeable times by appointment

Heather Gable is the Coordinator of the RN-BSN Program at Frostburg State University.  She works on campus teaching face-to-face and online courses. 

Her educational background is a master’s specialty in nursing administration, which she earned through the University of Maryland, Baltimore, School of Nursing.  She is also presently attending the University of Maryland, Baltimore, School of Nursing as she is in the process of obtaining her doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) with a focus in nursing administration and education.  Ms. Gable’s additional licensure includes being a nursing home administrator (LNHA).  These credentials stem from her experience as a licensed nursing home administrator in the long-term care setting. 

Ms. Gable has gained her experience of 13 plus years in nursing as a staff nurse in both long-term and acute care, as charge nurse, registered nurse assessment coordinator (RNAC), staff development coordinator, assistant director of nursing, quality assurance coordinator, nursing home administrator, consultant for a long-term care rehabilitation vendor and most recently administration and faculty at FSU. 

She has worked through the ranks in the field of nursing and has gained her supervisory and management experience from being an assistant director of nursing and nursing home administrator at two local facilities in Cumberland and Frostburg, Maryland.  Her teaching experience stems from teaching clinically at the associate degree level and face-to-face and online courses at the four-year university setting.
 

Ms. Gable’s subscribes to the see one, do one, teach one philosophy in online learning.  She strongly believes that students need to visualize or review a lesson, perform the lesson, and then pass on the knowledge gained from the lesson to a colleague or a co-worker so that what the student is being taught is reinforced in three ways.  As a result, knowledge then spreads like wildfire to other nurses outside the course going beyond the virtual classroom into the practice of the student and possibly their colleagues.