Avera Marshall Health Careers for Kids SCRUBS Camp a Success


Thirty-nine middle school students from southern Minnesota attended the second annual Avera Marshal Health Careers for Kids SCRUBS Camp on August 9, 2011 at Avera Marshall Regional Medical Center in Marshall, MN.

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In addition to other topics, the middle school aged attendees learn about ultrasound technology and careers in radiology and Imaging.


Avera Marshall staff introduced the students to numerous areas of the hospital, including the emergency room. Simulation training equipment was used to offer students a hands-on experience in multiple health professions.

Southern MN AHEC was grateful to help support the arrangement of this camp. The MN AHEC Network is available to help with similar opportunities across Minnesota.

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