Prepped for Success: Students Complete Lab Sciences Program in Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – Five students are poised to become graduates of the Franciscan Health Clinical Laboratory Science Program. They are:
Ashley Bay - Franklin College (BA, Biology, 2013). Parents Angela Darnell of Nineveh, Indiana and Doug Bay of Franklin, Indiana.
Elizabeth DeJohn - Miami University (BS, Clinical Laboratory Science, 2017). Parents Tracey Welp of Amelia, Ohio and Paul DeJohn of Greenville, Ohio.
Sarah Horan - University of Indianapolis (BS, Clinical Laboratory Science, 2017). Parents Stephen and Monica Horan, Shelbyville, Indiana.
Clayton Manning - Indiana State University (BS, Biology with Medical Laboratory Science concentration, 2017). Parents Heather Crutcher of Danville, Indiana and John Manning of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Ann Nguyen - Texas Woman's University. (BA, Biology, 2015). Parents Tung and Nguyen Nguyen of Vancouver, Canada.
The Franciscan Health Clinical Laboratory Program is affiliated with several colleges and universities across the Midwest.
The 10-month program – a division of the hospital's clinical laboratory – was established in 1967 and is dedicated to preparing professional medical technologists with the theoretical and practical training to serve as active members of the healthcare team in clinical laboratory science.
The program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences. This graduating class on May 19th represents the 50th graduating class and marks 370 graduates who have completed the clinical program
Medical technology involves conducting a wide range of laboratory tests for the detection, diagnosis, treatment and study of diseases. Clinical laboratory scientists work closely with pathologists and other specialists to ensure the accuracy of diagnoses.
To learn more go to https://www.franciscanhealth.org/CLSIndy
By Joe Stuteville
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