HCA students visit Millcreek of Hernando

Health Care Assistant students at Northwest Mississippi Community College made a recent visit to Millcreek, a rehabilitation treatment center in Hernando. The students visited with several Northwest Mississippi Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (MI-BEST) Health Care Assistant students who are now employed at the center. The former students talked about their careers at the center. Pictured front row (l-r) Magen Sturgis of Enid, L’isha Jordan of Southaven, Camreon Johnson of Greenville, Heather Lamb of Batesville, T’Keyah Hodges of Byhalia, Dyamond Moore of Holly Springs and Lucia Vazquez of Olive Branch. Back row (l-r) Vaunda Mendenall of Sardis, Latoya Walls, instructor, Shakedra Leverson of Coldwater, Techela Starks of Senatobia, Teri Selby, instructor, Brittney Watts of Southaven, Alma Johnson of Batesville, Brooklyn Morris of Horn Lake, Makayla Mills of Como, Wendy Boyd of Tunica, McKenzie Gibson of Southaven, Ally Hulsey of Holly Springs, Kaishauna Armstrong of Rosedale, Karnesha Butler of Olive Branch, Brooke Slocum, instructor and Kennard Lyons of Sardis. (Photo submitted)

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