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Saturday, 23 February 2013

February 23--At the February meeting, members of the Meadows Regional Medical Center Medical Staff Youth Advisory Board learned Friends and Family CPR under the instruction of Joe Hulett, Paramedic.  The CPR training is offered in February to coincide with the American Heart month.

 ImageThe Board is composed of area juniors and seniors with exceptional academic records and interests in a medical related career.   Montgomery County High School, Robert Toombs Christian Academy, Toombs County High School, Treutlen High School and Vidalia High School are all represented on the board.   

The Board began meeting on a monthly basis in September.  The programs each month vary, from topics on healthcare, to community issues, to special guests discussing topics that are interesting and informative to the students.

Participants learned about the healthcare industry and how integral healthcare is to the welness and vitality of a community.  The motto for the program is LEADING TODAY’S YOUTH TO A HEALTHIER TOMORROW.  The MRMC Medical Staff hopes this program will provide participants with the knowledge, confidence, and skills to encourage them to pursue a healthcare related career.

 

 
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