The Parkersburg Campus recently presented its first Distinguished Community Employer Award to Camden Clark Medical Center (CCMC) in recognition of the center’s continued support of career education.
CCMC is an acute care and skilled nursing facility with more than 2,000 employees including two National College graduates and two upcoming graduates. In addition, CCMC supports the education of healthcare professionals by providing hands-on clinical and administrative experience to 15 National College externs.
“With more than 100 years of providing medical care to the local community, we are honored to partner with CCMC for externship and career opportunities for our students and graduates,” said Campus Director Larry Sloter. “We are thrilled to recognize Camden Clark Medical Center for its commitment to supporting healthcare education.”
National’s Director of Health Care Education Leah Nix (left) and Campus Director Larry Sloter (right) are pictured presenting a plaque of appreciation to David McClure, Vice-President of Operations for CCMC.
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