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Medtech nursing students share their skills with a health screening at The Salvation Army

Video: Students do health checks at Salvation Army

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Rachel Hadsall, a student nurse at MedTech College, takes a Salvation Army resident's blood pressure and temperature during a health screening Wednesday at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center. Students, under the direction of their instructors, screened and talked to participants about wellness and health care habits.

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