Congratulations Health Care Assistant Grads!

Students participating in the Health Care Assistant program at Okanagan College in Revelstoke gathered on Mar. 17 to celebrate a milestone

Congratulations Health Care Assistant graduates! Students participating in the Health Care Assistant program at Okanagan College in Revelstoke gathered on Mar. 17 to celebrate their upcoming graduation from the program. The program was a first in Revelstoke and the result of a partnership between Interior Health

PHOTO: Students participating in the Health Care Assistant program at Okanagan College in Revelstoke gathered on Mar. 17 to celebrate their upcoming graduation from the program. The program was a first in Revelstoke and the result of a partnership between Interior Health, Okanagan College and the Revelstoke District Health Foundation.  Some of the students will go on to work in home support and residential care in Revelstoke. Congratulations graduates! Front row left: Jennifer Crockford, Chantelle Cumskey, instructor Audrey Austin, Mallory Dale-Anderson, Dawn Peterson, Jackie James. Back row from left: Jennifer Lenzi, Kayla Dodman, Nataliya Kiyan, Connie Marsden, Maralee Faurot, Kara Farrell.

 

 

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