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Health Science Students Give Flu Shots to County Residents

Student administers flu shot at Campbell Street Center. Students from Penn College’s nursing, paramedic and physician assistant majors traveled to fire departments and community centers across the county from Waterville to Hughesville this week to provide free flu shots to area residents. The clinics were conducted through a partnership with the Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Susquehanna Health and the college. In addition to students to staff the clinics, Penn College also provided needles, gloves and printed promotional materials. ( Photo by Phillip C. Warner, student writer-photographer)

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