Ricardo Borgos, MSN, CCRN, FCCS, TNCC

Assistant Professor of Nursing

After spending many years working at various large tertiary hospitals in various states, Professor Borgos, who specializes in critical care, emergency medicine, and most recently rapid response nursing, joins American International College. Prior to entering the nursing field, Professor Borgos, who holds a degree in sociology from Suffolk University, worked as an analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where he concentrated on research, policies, and initiatives to better low-to-moderate income areas in New England. When Professor Borgos’s father was given a leukemia diagnosis and received treatment for more than four months at Dana Fiber in Boston, he made the decision to leave his thriving career in economics and train to be a nurse after seeing the positive effects nursing has on patients, families, and communities. After earning an associate degree in nursing as his first nursing degree from Roxbury Community College and gaining nursing experience at exemplary facilities in Boston, Professor Borgos moved to the west coast to continue his education at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, for his graduate degree in nursing. Professor Borgos is currently board certified as a critical care registered nurse (CCRN) with a certification in Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS). Professor Borgos not only instructs medical-surgical nursing courses at the junior and senior levels here at AIC, but he also continues to work as a per diem rapid response nurse in clinical practice.

2011 – Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington

Courses Taught at AIC
Adult Medical Surgical Nursing
Complex Medical Surgical Nursing

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