Students Complete Lab Sciences Program at Franciscan Health Indianapolis
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – Eight students are poised to become graduates of the Franciscan Health Clinical Laboratory Science Program.
The students, who will graduate in a special ceremony Friday, May 18, at Franciscan Health Indianapolis, include:
- Adrienne Bathory - Marian University. (BS, Biology and Medical Laboratory Science, 2018). Parents Stefan and Sharon Bathory of Martinsville, Indiana
- Dillon Bergman - Purdue University. (BS, Medical Laboratory Science, 2018). Parents Ross and Debbie Bergman of Sunman, Indiana
- Karly Bryans - University of Indianapolis. (BS, Chemistry, 2017). Parents Kirk and Jenny Bryans of Greenwood, Indiana
- Brittni Lee - Indiana State University. (BS, Biology, 2017). Parents Paul and Diane Lee of Indianapolis
- Emily Mapes - Marian University. (BS, Medical Laboratory Science, 2018). Parents Emery and Sharon Mapes of Greensburg, Indiana
- Stephanie Perkins - IUPUI. (BS, Biology, 2016). Parents Phil Perkins and Tobie Perkins of Indianapolis
- Kendall Redd - Purdue University. (BS, Medical Laboratory Science, 2018). Parents Jason and Angie Redd of Morristown, Indiana
- Shelby Sneed - Ball State University. (BS, Medical Laboratory Science, 2018). Parents Darren and Marsha Sneed of Floyds Knob, Indiana
The Franciscan Health Clinical Laboratory Program is affiliated with several colleges and universities across the Midwest and is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
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.
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.
By Joe Stuteville
Media Relations Manager