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August 16, 2013

Area students complete MASH program at Maury Regional Medical Center

                                                                             

COLUMBIA, Tenn. – Twenty-five high school students from throughout southern Middle Tennessee completed the 2013 Medical Application of Science for Health (M*A*S*H) program at Maury Regional Medical Center (MRMC). The summer program was sponsored by MRMC and the medical center’s Auxiliary. Students learned how science is used in the health care field by interacting with health care professionals and numerous community agencies.

Graduates of the 2013 MASH program pictured (not in order) are Jessica Alderson, Samantha Anderson, Hannah Bryant, Destiney Burns, Justin Cook, Baylie Farris, Katie Flowers, Chris Gorbatoff, Zachary Green, Aaron Harder, Katherine Harlan, Christian Harris, Alison Helson, Lindsey James, Vince Law, Kristina Lim, Madeline MacArthur, Jacob McGray, Carter Oldham, Beverly Orban, Kirkland Pinkerton, Dylan Rose, Dakota Smith, Kathryn Wayne and Amanda West. Also pictured are program coordinator Cindy Short, assistant director of MRMC Volunteer Services (far left) and Doug Rutherford, Maury County Emergency Medical Services (far right). Applications for the next M*A*S*H program in the summer of 2014 will be available in the Volunteer Services office at MRMC in February.

 

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