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SUN Area Students Tour Paramedic Facilities

Reviving Sim Man with a defibrillator Reading vital signs Students from SUN Area Career and Technology Center, in New Berlin, toured Penn College’s paramedic lab on April 14, where they had the opportunity to work with the equipment Penn College paramedic students use. The high school students are enrolled in the center’s police, corrections and security sciences program.

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