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HOSA Members from NPTC Participate in State Competition




Jill Johnson

Director of Community Relations                                 

March 17, 2014


HOSA Members from National Park Technology Center Participate
in State Competition at the Hot Springs Convention Center


On March 13th and 14th, 29 Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) members from National Park Technology Center (NPTC) competed in their state competition at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Students from across the state competed in skills they have learned in their Medical Professions Education classes (Health Science Technology).

A total of 13 medals were won by NPTC students during the competition. Medal winners include:

Gold     -          Dylan Patton-Transcultural Health Care

                        Matt Lim-Sports Medicine

                        Savanna Abbot-Human Growth and Development


Silver   -           Alexis Price/Katelyn Singleton-Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

                        Samantha McConnell-Medical Terminology

                        Clayton Harrell-Sports Medicine


Bronze -           Te’airra Blanchard-Prepared Speaking

                        Alisha Khan-Medical Math

                        Morgan Brown-Physical Therapy

                        Terissa Peterson-Extemporaneous Health Care Poster

                        Emily Dunn/Christine Nguyen-Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

HOSA Winners HOSA Competitors

Pictured L to R: HOSA Winners (NPTC) and HOSA Competitors (NPTC)