Mooresville, NC (July 19, 2013) – Lake Norman Regional Medical Center hosted its annual summer learning program, CAMP MED. The program was held July 15-19thfor high school students interested in careers in the medical field.
The program was co-sponsored by Northwest Area Health Education Center of Wake Forest University School of Medicine and Lake Norman Regional Medical Center. The program was designed to recruit, educate and prepare Iredell County high school students for careers in the medical field. Activities included over 25 contact hours of presentations, tours and observations, and clinical experiences.
During the program, students were able to observe state-of-the-art health technology equipment and procedures, develop an understanding of the health care delivery system and the principles of medical ethics and safety, as well as develop effective skills of personal development in areas such as peer relations, teamwork, and leadership.
Front Row, L to R: Sneha Deepika Mettu, Michiyah Collins, Lauren Minotti, Kandace White, Desmond Hylton, and Mary Taylor Thomas Back Row, L to R: Brandon Yeatts, Holland Blohm, Kara Czarnecki, Katie James, Amber Neal, Katherine Pfeufer, Kara Peschock, Emma Plyer, and Will Huffman
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.