Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital (CRMH) in Roanoke, Virginia has been awarded ANU’s Distinguished Community Employer award by the Danville Campus. “We are proud to have Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital as one of our clinical sites for our surgical technology program,” said Jennifer Turner, director of surgical technology at the Danville Campus. “There could not be a more deserving facility to receive this award.”
CRMH has accepted Danville Campus students as externs since 2007, and they have hired six of the campus’s surgical technology graduates in the past 9 months. The operating room offers a vast array of general and specialty cases that aid in helping students succeed in their surgical technology careers.
Jennifer and career center director Rhonda Pass recently met with the unit managers of the operating room at CRMH, Lori Peggins and Wanda Jenkins, to present them with the Distinguished Community Employer award. “The students we’ve had from ANU are knowledgeable, open to feedback, and their performance and level of team work has been top notch,” said Ms. Jenkins.
Director of surgical technology Jennifer Turner (2nd from left) and career center director Rhonda Pass (far right) present the Distinguished Community Employer award to CRMH unit directors Lori Peggins (far left) and Wanda Jenkins (2nd from right).
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