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Courtesy photoToni Blount, college advisor/scholars coordinator at Clinton High School took a group of CHS students to Chapel Hill on Oct. 17 for a UNC Health Symposium where they spent the day touring the hospital, listened to panel guests from the medical school, nursing instructors, pharmacy graduates, traveling nurses and respiratory therapists. They witnessed the UNC Hospital helicopters land and spoke to the flight crew about the services they provide and the type of critical patients that are flown to UNC from Virginia, NC and SC. Blount said they also enjoyed hands-on practice with the patient simulator and listed to a lung with pneumonia and asthma. One of our students even practiced giving sutures on a simulated arm. Pictured are CHS students Aspen Daw, Aliah Butler, Chenoa Emanuel, Ana Jaramillo, and Elizabeth Tsao sitting in front of the School of Medicine.
Courtesy photoToni Blount, college advisor/scholars coordinator at Clinton High School took a group of CHS students to Chapel Hill on Oct. 17 for a UNC Health Symposium where they spent the day touring the hospital, listened to panel guests from the medical school, nursing instructors, pharmacy graduates, traveling nurses and respiratory therapists. They witnessed the UNC Hospital helicopters land and spoke to the flight crew about the services they provide and the type of critical patients that are flown to UNC from Virginia, NC and SC. Blount said they also enjoyed hands-on practice with the patient simulator and listed to a lung with pneumonia and asthma. One of our students even practiced giving sutures on a simulated arm. Pictured are CHS students Aspen Daw, Aliah Butler, Chenoa Emanuel, Ana Jaramillo, and Elizabeth Tsao sitting in front of the School of Medicine.
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Toni Blount, college advisor/scholars coordinator at Clinton High School took a group of CHS students to Chapel Hill on Oct. 17 for a UNC Health Symposium where they spent the day touring the hospital, listened to panel guests from the medical school, nursing instructors, pharmacy graduates, traveling nurses and respiratory therapists. They witnessed the UNC Hospital helicopters land and spoke to the flight crew about the services they provide and the type of critical patients that are flown to UNC from Virginia, NC and SC. Blount said they also enjoyed hands-on practice with the patient simulator and listed to a lung with pneumonia and asthma. One of our students even practiced giving sutures on a simulated arm. Pictured are CHS students Aspen Daw, Aliah Butler, Chenoa Emanuel, Ana Jaramillo, and Elizabeth Tsao sitting in front of the School of Medicine.

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