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NWTC honors HSHS - St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center and St. Vincent Hospital

Author: Kara Leiterman

Thursday November 10, 2016
New in 2016, the NWTC Alumni Association will award the Alumni Employer of the Year at the Distinguished Alumni Reception. The award this year goes to HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center. The award provides the College an opportunity to recognize an employer’s commitment to technical education.From left to right:  Sherry Barta, Medical Lab Technician; Scott Simon, Medical Lab Technician; and James Hawley, Clinical Lab Scientist
 
“NWTC is pleased to present the 2016 Alumni Employer Award to HSHS St. Mary’s and St. Vincent Hospitals,” said Health Science and Education Dean Kay Tupala.  “Both hospitals, located in Green Bay, provide exemplary clinical experiences to nursing and allied health students year after year.  Hospital employees also participate on various health program advisory committees, offering valuable insight into the needs of the workforce.”
 
HSHS was selected because of their continued hiring of NWTC graduates and demonstrated value of technical education in the community.
 
“It is an honor to be named NWTC Alumni Employer of the Year,” said Larry Connors, chief operating officer, HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center. “Our hospitals have a long-established relationship with NWTC, one that we value greatly, and we are continuously impressed by the outstanding quality of NWTC graduates that we employ across many disciplines. We look forward to continuing this relationship and to welcoming more NWTC alumni to our high-quality, Franciscan health care ministry.”

HSHS will be recognized at the NWTC Alumni Awards Reception on November 15, 2016 at Lambeau Field from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. All NWTC Alumni are invited to attend. Contact Ashley Noel for more information, Ashley.noel@nwtc.edu or (920) 498-5713.
 
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