Health Science Students Practice Suturing
On Friday, Feb.3, second-year OSTC Northeast students in the Health Sciences program put their learning into practice by focusing on four different types of surgical sutures. During the lab, each student received one pig foot to work on and was assisted by Olivia Lord, a physician assistant at Troy Beaumont Hospital.
Health Sciences Instructor Jenna Doyle said, "Olivia loves CNA because that is where she began. She practiced her CNA skills right in my classroom and chooses to return every year to help incoming CNA students. She does an amazing job!"
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