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‘Summer Birds’ Visit Paramedic Lab

Bambi A. Hawkins, learning lab coordinator for the paramedic program, impresses youngsters with her 'needlework' A heartfelt checkup for Brenda L. Kropp, special needs assistant at the Children's Learning Center The “Summer Birds” from Penn College’s Children’s Learning Center visited the Paramedic Lab on Tuesday. They were able to see what a paramedic does, got their heart rate and blood pressure checked, got inside a real ambulance, and took turns being the patient or the paramedic. ( Photos by Regina G. Andes, group leader, Children’s Learning Center)

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