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Medical Helicopter Adds to Campers’ Career Insight


Exploring possibilities A closer look Campers gather for a group mementoHigh schoolers visiting campus for the annual EMT-Paramedic Camp sponsored by Penn College and the state Department of Health explored Geisinger’s newest Life Flight helicopter, an $8 million piece of equipment. The camp offers students in grades 9-12 (who have no prior experience) hands-on workshops in basic first aid, advanced life support and rescue operations, basic first aid and CPR certification, an opportunity to learn in state-of-the-art paramedic and rescue facilities, and opportunities to network with college students and faculty, as well as Susquehanna Health and Geisinger Life Flight paramedics.

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