Southern State Community College’s sixth graduating class in the respiratory care program was honored during a recent ceremony on the college’s Central Campus in Hillsboro. Fourteen students successfully completed the program which began in 2005 and graduated its first class in 2007.
Program graduates include Rachel Baughey of Brown County, Whitney Biederman* of Clinton County, Alyssa Cook of Highland County, Jessica Elliott of Ross County, Pamela Everhart* of Highland County, Gina Inskeep* of Fayette County, Aaron Michael of Fayette County, Brandy Michelle Munyon* of Fayette County, Christina Parks of Clinton County, Amber Phillips of Fayette County, Jessica Rosselott of Clinton County, Eric Scott of Adams County, Timothy Smith of Clinton County, and Kara Stewart of Highland County (*denotes cum laude honors).
Two $250 scholarships, awarded by the SSCC Respiratory Care Club, were presented to students Denise Drake and Jodie Huston. The club further awarded four $75 scholarships to graduating students Whitney Biederman, Pamela Everhart, Michelle Munyon and Kara Stewart. Recognition was given to the following clinical preceptors and instructors: Telena Bevins and Billy Mascara of Adena Regional Medical Center, Sara Retherford and Melody Sprague of Atrium Medical Center, Christina Grubb of Berger Hospital, Jill Sanders of Clinton Memorial Hospital, Brian Jones of Dayton Children’s Medical Center, Mindy Conklin of Fayette County Memorial Hospital, Kayla Horner and Christian Humphrey of Genesis Respiratory Services, Tammy Vandale of Greene Memorial Hospital, Tracey Puckett of Highland District Hospital, Andy Amiott of Mercy Health: Clermont Hospital, Rebecca Thiel of Mercy Health: Fairfield Hospital, Randy Rose of Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Charlie Dietrick of Southwest Regional Medical Center, Shelli Nichols of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Jennifer Wendling of Miami Valley Hospital and NineEva Cardwell of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. The “Most Influential Clinical Preceptor” honor was presented to Ann Scott of Mercy Health: Clermont Hospital.
To learn more about the respiratory care program at Southern State Community College, contact Chyane Collins at 1-800-628-7722, ext. 5620, email firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.sscc.edu/academics/associate/respiratory-care.shtml.
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