Hospital to Host Summer Health Careers Exploration Camp
The camp is open to all students who will be entering grades 8-12
April 11, 2011
Franklin Community Health Network will once again host a Summer Scrub Club Camp taking place August 1–5 at the Ben Franklin Center at Franklin Memorial Hospital. The camp is designed to introduce participants to a wide variety of careers available in health care and is open to all students who will be entering grades 8-12.
A sampling of careers explored may include: physical therapy and sports medicine, nursing, pharmacy, radiology, anesthesiology, cardiopulmonary, orthopedics, medical lab science, mental health counseling, and emergency medical services.
Campers will have the opportunity to participate in unique hands-on activities and demonstrations such as x-ray interpretation, casting, suturing, prostheses, lab analysis, and emergency response to a mock accident. All campers will receive certification in Heartsaver CPR.
Registration is now closed.
This program is organized by Franklin Community Health Network and the University of Maine at Farmington Partnerships for Success. Funding is provided by the Franklin Memorial Hospital Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a member of the Maine AHEC Network, which is supported by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration and Gear Up.
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