Lake Norman Regional Medical Center hosted its annual summer learning program, CAMP MED, July 17-21 for high school students interested in medical careers. From left, first row, Richard Whitfield, Koralys Rodriquez, Alison Castillo, Rosa Martinez, Courtney Chase, Kendra Polanco-Chicas, Kelleena Xiong, and Michael Plant; second row, Connor Matas, Sydney Isom, Caroline Kotterer, Vandanaa Jayaprakash, Amogh Bandekar, Nyzaya Wilson, Haven Church and Alec Taylor.
Lake Norman Regional Medical Center hosted its annual summer learning program, CAMP MED, July 17-21 for high school students interested in medical careers. From left, first row, Richard Whitfield, Koralys Rodriquez, Alison Castillo, Rosa Martinez, Courtney Chase, Kendra Polanco-Chicas, Kelleena Xiong, and Michael Plant; second row, Connor Matas, Sydney Isom, Caroline Kotterer, Vandanaa Jayaprakash, Amogh Bandekar, Nyzaya Wilson, Haven Church and Alec Taylor. Lake Norman Regional Medical Center
Lake Norman Regional Medical Center hosted its annual summer learning program, CAMP MED, July 17-21 for high school students interested in medical careers. From left, first row, Richard Whitfield, Koralys Rodriquez, Alison Castillo, Rosa Martinez, Courtney Chase, Kendra Polanco-Chicas, Kelleena Xiong, and Michael Plant; second row, Connor Matas, Sydney Isom, Caroline Kotterer, Vandanaa Jayaprakash, Amogh Bandekar, Nyzaya Wilson, Haven Church and Alec Taylor. Lake Norman Regional Medical Center

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