Esperanza Medical Sciences Academy visit Marshall B. Ketchum University

On Wednesday, Sept. 28, 31 students from Esperanza High School’s Medical Sciences Academy visited Marshall B. Ketchum University in Fullerton to learn about their optometry, physician’s assistant and pharmacy programs. Students rotated through six hands-on stations, including splinting, bones and breaks, a day in the life of a pharmacist, optometry and corrective technology, heart and lung disease simulation, and a virtual cadaver table that allowed them to virtually dissect and diagnose all kinds of issues. While students learned a tremendous amount of information, they also came back with an appreciation for the experience they are receiving at Esperanza. Several Ketchum students commented on how Esperanza students already had hands-on experiences that they hadn’t experienced yet in graduate school.

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