Students from Hughes High School STEM will receive a “hands-on” U.C. Medical Health experience during the weeks of March 9, and March 16
U.C. HEALTH NEWS: Matt Martin
CINCINNATI, OH – UC Health is welcoming 22 students from Hughes STEM High School for a two-week long immersive experience designed to provide an understanding of the wide range of career options in the healthcare industry.
High School students wll be immmersed in U.C. Health Medicine programs (UC/Joseph Fuqua II)
This week and the week of March 16, students will participate in job shadowing, hands-on demonstrations and presentations at 3200 Burnet, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Daniel Drake Center for Post-Acute Care and UC Health’s West Chester Hospital. Each participating student will also receive training in CPR and will learn how to use automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
“The 5-year-old partnership between UC Health, UC and Hughes STEM High School gives students behind-the-scenes experiences at UC Medical Center, West Chester Hospital and Daniel Drake Center, learning everything from how to suture wounds to how to safely administer CPR,” said Dan Maxwell, manager of community relations at UC Health. “Our goal is for the students to gain experience with a better understanding of the diversity of careers available to them in healthcare.”
WHAT: Hughes STEM High School Experience at UC Health
WHO: Students from Hughes STEM High School
WHEN: Daily, March 9–13 and March 16–20 (Students will arrive each day at 9:15 a.m. and depart at 2:30 p.m.)
WHERE: Various UC Health locations