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Thirteen area high school seniors have embarked on an academic year of exploring potential health care careers through the New Vision program atAdirondackMedicalCenter, a member of Adirondack Health.
Along with classroom lectures, students will shadow health professionals throughout the year in a variety of clinical observational rotations at AMC for a unique perspective into potential health care careers. Working side by side with hospital personnel, students will spend time in the emergency department, cancer center, intensive care unit, pharmacy, medical imaging department, rehabilitation services, surgical and nursing services, among other medical center areas.
About the New Vision program:
New Vision is a division of theAdirondackEducationalCenterand the Board of Cooperative Educational Services Sole Supervisory District of Franklin,Essexand Hamilton Counties (BOCES). For more information about the program, contact Alison Riley-Clark at (518) 897-2207.