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June 26, 2014

Maury Regional Medical Center offers summer youth learning experience

COLUMBIA, Tenn. – Maury Regional Medical Center (MRMC) held graduation for its 2014 Medical Applications of Science for Health (MASH) program on June 20, concluding a two-week learning experience for regional high school students. The MASH program is sponsored each summer by MRMC and the medical center’s Auxiliary.

The MASH program encourages high school students to learn how science is used in the health care profession. During the two-week program, high school juniors and seniors interacted with physicians, nurses, medical technologists, radiologic technologists, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and other health care professionals. Students also learned basic life support training and participated in an emergency training exercise. Students from Maury, Lewis, Lawrence, Marshall and Williamson counties participated in the 2014 program.

Applications for the 2015 MASH session will be available in the MRMC Volunteer Services office and on MRMC’s Web site of mauryregional.com during February 2015, according to Volunteer Services Assistant Director Cindy Short, who coordinates the program.

Graduates of the 2014 MASH program at Maury Regional Medical Center pictured (in alphabetical order) are Nora Bolton, Carson Coble, Grant Cook, Mason Cothran, Taylor Day, Ashley Dodson, Holly Graves, Jordan Harra, Savanna Jacoby, Kaitlyn Jones, Emma Joynes, Maggie Lee, Zari Malbacias, Clara McMillan, Jacob Myers, Virginia Nisbet, Brianna Owens, Elaine Patel, Logan Pierce, Emerald Reed, Ariel Seiber, McKenna Shrader, Cheyenne Silva, Lyndsey Stampfly and Amanda Woodall.