During the 2015-2016 school year Junior and Senior students from both the Plymouth-Shiloh and Crestview Schools with an interest in the Medical Field had the opportunity to participate in the Sandusky Area Health Education Program HP2B ( Health Professionals to Be). The purpose of the program is to be able to have students meet with professionals, job interviewing/observations and to experience the work place first hand.
In November the students visited Norwalk's Fisher Titus Hospital where they met with different Physicians and Nurses in the Profession and were able to tour the facility.
In April the students were able to visit the University of Toledo INTERPROFESSIONAL IMMERSIVE CENTER at the College of Medicine and Health Sciences to again tour their facilities and the different areas of the medical field. Students that attended were able to visit with physicians, nurse practitioners, physicians asst.,physical therapist, mental health practitioner, epidemiologist, and visit with a public health administrator to become more aware of the journey to succeed in the field of their choice.
Students also were able to visit schools Cadaver Lab and the Toledo School of Pharmacy to hear from one of the Professors who in turn explained the school of Pharmacy and the education needed to become a Pharmacist, during their visit as seen in the picture.