Mooresville, NC (June 1, 2014) – Local area high school students participated in monthly educational programs at the Lake Norman Regional Medical Center during this school year touring departments and hearing from various health care professionals as they have the opportunity to gain a better insight into medical career options. Health Career Exploring is open to young men and women ages 14 (and completed the 8th grade) and not yet 21- years-old with an interest in learning more about health care careers. Health Exploring is a program that exposes participants to many career opportunities in the health and medical field. Some of the highlights from this year included department tours and career discussions form Laboratory, Imaging (Radiology), Women’s and Maternity Services, Physical Rehabilitation, and Surgical Services. For more information regarding Medical Explorers, contact Richard Churn, Exploring Executive, Piedmont Council, Boy Scouts of America, (704) 864-2694 or Richard.Churn@scouting.org.
L TO R: Front Row – Julianna Campbell, Tatum Peebles, Emmanuel Mirabal, Lauren Anderson, Emily Lawhorn, Chase McGlamery, Nicole Morrison, and Katie deRoos. Back Row – Mitzie McCurdy, Advisor and LNRMC Director of Community Outreach, Taylor Hughey, Autumn Tate, Jamie Dragoi, Autumn Pettus, Carolina Turner, Patrick Swarts, Danny deRoos, and Jonathan Dvorak.
About Lake Norman Regional Medical Center
Lake Norman Regional Medical Center offers comprehensive medical care to individuals throughout the greater Lake Norman region. Located just off I-77 at Exit 33, the Mooresville medical campus offers complete specialty services from 24-hour emergency medicine and maternity to oncology and advanced surgical services.