Kenton High School

KHS Allied Health & Nursing Students complete Phleobotemy Coursework

With many thanks to the community that “lent a hand or an arm” to the Kenton High School – Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Allied Health & Nursing students, five students in total each completed 30 successful sticks making them eligible to become licensed phlebotomists. Friends, family members, and members of the community turned out for the students to practice and hone their medical skills.

“We always appreciate everyone’s support,” said Allied Health & Nursing teacher Amanda Bookmyer. “The community continues to show up for these students and let them practice their real-world skills that will continue to benefit them far into the future.