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Introducing Ms. Peggy Mata, RN, MSN as a new Full Time Faculty Member in the Department of Nursing

We are pleased to announce that Ms. Peggy Mata has recently joined SHHS and the Department of Nursing as the full time faculty member at the Rancho Bernardo campus

Ms. Mata earned an AS in Nursing from Maric College, BS in Nursing from the University of Phoenix and an MS in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. Ms. Mata has 12 years of clinical nursing experience in the Sharp Health System, San Diego, Naval Medical Center San Diego and VA Medical Center in La Jolla. In addition to her clinical experience, Ms. Mata was a Lead Instructor in medical-surgical nursing at Azusa Pacific University for the past five years, Clinical Instructor at Grossmont Community College for the past five years and has one year as Lead Instructor in medical-surgical nursing at Maric College. Ms. Mata will have an office at the Rancho Bernardo campus.


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