PDCCC recognizes health grads

Published 10:16 pm Saturday, May 17, 2014

Congratulating students who successfully completed the nurse aide program are Paul D. Camp Community College President Paul Conco and instructors Courtney Darden, second from left, and Dana Stallings, right. Kneeling from left are Jessica Brienza of Franklin, Brittany Salmon of Suffolk, Whitney Coles of Suffolk, Kayla Holland of Suffolk, Emilee Eaton of Windsor, and Jacqueline Peebles of Suffolk; in the back, from left, are Brittany Johnson of Courtland, Jessica Edwards of Franklin, Sue Walton of Sedley, Alexis Blankenship of Windsor, Lori McNair of Franklin, Miranda Tillett of Franklin and Shakeyta Wood of Franklin.

Congratulating students who successfully completed the nurse aide program are Paul D. Camp Community College President Paul Conco and instructors Courtney Darden, second from left, and Dana Stallings, right. Kneeling from left are Jessica Brienza of Franklin, Brittany Salmon of Suffolk, Whitney Coles of Suffolk, Kayla Holland of Suffolk, Emilee Eaton of Windsor, and Jacqueline Peebles of Suffolk; in the back, from left, are Brittany Johnson of Courtland, Jessica Edwards of Franklin, Sue Walton of Sedley, Alexis Blankenship of Windsor, Lori McNair of Franklin, Miranda Tillett of Franklin and Shakeyta Wood of Franklin.

During its Allied Health Ceremony on May 5, Paul D. Camp Community College recognized graduates from the medication aide, nurse aide and pharmacy technician programs.

Academic Excellence awards were presented to Jessica Brienza and Kayla Holland. Receiving Clinical Excellence awards were Jessica Edwards and Emilee Eaton. Sue Walton was honored with the Overall Student Achievement Award.

Graduates of the pharmacy tech program included Janet Ratemo of Portsmouth, Ashley Neighbors of Carrollton, Rebecca Wheeler of Waverly, Robert Finch of Capron and Raquel Jones and Maurita Scott, both of Courtland.

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Outstanding Performance in Pharmaceutical Calculations was awarded to Robert Finch.

Deborah Elliott of Boykins completed the college’s medication aide program.