16 students from Gibson Technical Center’s EMT program are eligible to attend the International HOSA Leadership Conference, after recently competing at a state conference. HOSA is a national organization that prepares students to enter the healthcare field.
Here are the results from the state contest:
Community Emergency Response Team Category
First Place - Preston Blubaugh (Reeds Spring) and Kylee Kyle (Galena)
Second Place- Allisyn Vance and Angel Dowdy (Reeds Spring)
Third Place- Hailey Cogdill (Hollister) and Ross Chapwell (Branson)
CPR/ First Aid
First Place- Cheyenne Burns and Paige Rowton (Forsyth)
Second Place- Alexis Baskins and Abby Moschner (Reeds Spring)
Third Place - Haili Barton (Spokane) and Aubrey Crane (Reeds Spring)
Fourth Place- Ally Whorton (Hollister) and Aurora Leininger (Blue Eye)
Fifth Place - Mackenzie Biggers (Galena) and Nicole Yendes (Reeds Spring)
The International HOSA Leadership Conference will be held in June in Nashville, Tennessee. The teams that placed first through third will compete.