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Mid-America Technology Center Students Compete at HOSA State Leadership Conference

Posted Date: 04/26/2022

Mid-America Technology Center Students Compete at HOSA State Leadership Conference

Mid-America Technology Center students in the Emergency Medical Technician, Health Careers Explorer, Medical Office Assistant Pre-Nursing, Therapeutic Health Careers, and Practical Nursing attended the 2022 HOSA State Leadership Conference in Norman, Oklahoma.

            The EMT, Health Career Explorer, Medical Office Assistant, and Therapeutic Health Careers students who placed are:

CPR First Aid: 4th place (postsecondary), Garett Johnson, Lindsay; Connor Lee, Lexington


Emergency Medical Technician3rd place, Breanna Medrano, Noble; Chloe Peterson,

        (team)                                       Blanchard

                                                         4th place (postsecondary), Rayden Hill, Lindsay; Montana

                                                         King, Maysville

Health Care Issues Exam:  2nd place, Paige Christy, Newcastle                

Health Education2nd place (postsecondary), Happie Candelaria, Newcastle; Macy Schneider,

        (team)               Paoli

HOSA Bowl4th place, Jaiden Avila, Purcell; Michael Carter, Little Axe; Erika Pena, Noble;

        (team)      Leslie Thompson, Wynnewood         

Medical Care Assistant:   1st place (postsecondary), Bianca Garduno, Pauls Valley

                                            2nd place, Sierra Swanson, Blanchard

                                            3rd place, Leah Burnside, Blanchard

Medical Terminology:  5th place (postsecondary), Anna Harrell, Elmore City

Nursing Assistant:  3rd place, Morgan Aguiar, Noble

Parliamentary Procedure: 2nd place, Paige Benda, Noble; Brody Brady, Wayne; Kailee Davis,

        (team)                            Wayne; Emily Henderson, Stratford; Jayden Henson, Noble

Personal Care:  3rd place, Salena Bear, Stratford

Sports Medicine:  1st place, Janelle Winterton, Lexington

Veterinary Science: 1st place, Rylie Hurley, Stratford

                                   2nd place, Katelyn Blankenship, Washington

                                   4th place, Alexandria Evans, Lexington

            The Practical Nursing students who placed at the conference are as follows (all are postsecondary students):

Clinical Specialty: 2nd place, Scarlett Albert, Purcell

Cultural Diversity & Disparities: 2nd place, Julibeth Villanueva, Oklahoma City                      

HOSA Bowl3rd place, Amanda Mills, Purcell; Laci Mills, Purcell; Hanna Powell, Sulphur


Human Growth & Development: 4th place, Jadyn Brewer, Elmore City

Job Seeking Skills: 1st place, Ana Cardoza, Pauls Valley

Medical Law & Ethics: 5th place, Caitlin Hensley, Stratford

Prepared Speaking: 4th place, Anna Knobloch, Wayne

Researched Persuasive Speaking: 2nd place, Larissa Maston, Purcell

HOSA International Leadership Conference will be June 22-25 in Nashville, Tennessee. The MATC students eligible to compete on the national level are Bianca Garduno, Medical Office Assistant; Ana Cardoza, Practical Nursing; Janelle Winterton, Therapeutic Health Careers; and Rylie Hurley, Veterinary Assistant.

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