Teanna Campbell is the Owner, Program Coordinator and Instructor of Resilient Healthcare Academy.  Mrs. Campbell has been a practiced professional in healthcare for over 20 years.  Mrs. Campbell started her career in healthcare as a Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA).  After dedicating 10 years as a CNA she became an Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). She spent the next 9 years excelling as an LPN all the while setting her sights on one day becoming an Registered Nurse (RN).  Mrs. Campbell completed that goal and worked 2 years as an Emergency Room Nurse.  Most recently Mrs. Campbell has gone into management as an Assistant Director of Nursing/ Staff Developer. Also, in the evenings she  currently works as a substitute  CNA Instructor.  With Mrs. Campbell extensive knowledge in the field she loves teaching and educating other staff and students.  Mrs. Campbell hopes to provide instruction and encouragement to numerous students for years to come.


Janna Cachola

“Resilience is not about being able to bounce back like nothing has happened. Resilience is your consistent resistance to give up."



"Accreditation protects the interests of students, their parents, the academic institutions themselves, and potential employers, by ensuring that the educational programs offered have attained a level that meets and/or exceeds standards that were developed by experts in the field."

Resilient Healthcare Academy

Nurse Assistant Program is approved by the
Arizona State Board of Nursing.