Wilcox Medical Center hosts students for a health career fair

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    Wilcox Director of Surgery Lori Ingram and Certified Surgery Technician Misty Freckman are in full gear, Friday while explaining a procedure to students from Kaua‘i High School during the Wilcox Health Career Fair.

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    Kenny Bonilla, supervisor in the Wilcox Environmental division of Wilcox Medical Center, describes how an ultraviolet light robot can disinfect a room on Friday to students from the Kaua‘i High School Health Academy during the Wilcox Health Career Fair at the hospital.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Wilcox Nurse Instructor Julia Lockhart talks to Kaua‘i High School Health Academy students, Friday during the Wilcox Health Career Fair that hosted about 250 high school students from Kaua‘i’s public high schools.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Kaua‘i High School Health academy students are all eyes and ears as Wilcox Perioperative Nurses explain post operation procedures on Friday during the Wilcox Health Career Fair. This week also coincides with Perioperative Nurses Week.

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    Dr. Derek Johnson explains a hip joint as Drs. Geri Young and Carolyn Fujiyoshi look on Friday during the Wilcox Health Career Fair.

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    Waimea High School 11th and 12th grade students in the Health pathways, many dressed in hospital scrubs, cannot resist a group photo while waiting their turn through the 24 displays on Friday during the Wilcox Health Career Fair.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Waimea High School Health students are given an opportunity for hands-on medical procedures on Friday during the Wilcox Health Career Fair.

LIHU‘E — Wilcox Medical Center hosted more than 250 students, primarily high school juniors and seniors from Kaua‘i’s public high schools for the first Wilcox Health Career Fair on Friday morning.

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