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December 23, 2012
Five Hagerstown Community College students recently won awards during the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologies Student Essay Competition. In this year's essay competition, four HCC students won the top awards, and one HCC student was awarded the Ted Lynch Award. Essay winners included Jessica Rice, of Hagerstown, who received first place; Jonie Redmond of Westminster, Md., who received second place; Victoria Jennings of Rohrersville, who received third place; and Melinda Benshoff of Chambersburg, Pa., who received honorable mention.  HCC sophomore Jamie Leese of Shippensburg, Pa., received the Ted Lynch Award for Outstanding HCC Radiography Program Student.
NEWS
November 17, 2008
Four Hagerstown Community College students recently won awards in the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Meeting Student Essay Competition. Essay winners included: o David Lufkin, 45, of Frederick, Md., who won the first-place prize for his essay, "Imaging Helps Solve a Mystery. " o Cindy Garner, 41, of Clear Spring, who received the third-place prize for her essay, "Osteogenesis Imperfecta (IO). " o Jamie Price, 31, of Falling Waters, W.Va., who received honorable mention for her essay, "Radiography in Archaeology.
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December 16, 2004
Radiography students at Hagerstown Community College recently attended the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists annual meeting in Ocean City, Md. Three students won awards during the weekend event. Jodi Dayhoff of Hagerstown won third place in the essay competition for her entry, "Secret Suicide;" Noellen Robertson of Hagerstown won honorable mention in the essay competition for her entry, "Transposition of the Great Arteries;" and Ashley Eisentrout of Smithsburg won the Ted Lynch Award, an award given to an outstanding student from each of the radiography programs in the state of Maryland.
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December 7, 2009
Officials at Hagerstown Community College recently honored Associated Radiologists, P.A., for donations and contributions made to HCC's radiography and medical imaging programs. "Since 1997, this group has donated funds toward the continuing education radiography series, which helps bring nationally known experts to the medical-imaging professionals in the quad- state region," said Angie Stoops, HCC director, health sciences division. "The funds donated by Associated Radiologists also support specific student educational endeavors in medical imaging, allowing us to bring in guest lecturers.
LIFESTYLE
December 2, 2011
Four Hagerstown Community College students recently won awards during the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologies Student Essay Competition. In this year's essay competition, three HCC students won the top three awards and one HCC student was awarded the Ted Lynch Award. Each year, the Ted Lynch Award is given to sophomore-level students throughout the state who are chosen by their individual college radiography programs as the most outstanding student within the program. Awards were presented by Vickie Brunner, treasurer of the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists, and a 2007 graduate of HCC's radiography program.
NEWS
December 4, 2006
Surgeon sees patients at office in McConnellsburg, Pa. McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Dr. Matthew Davidson of Central Pennsylvania Surgical Associates of Harrisburg, Pa., began seeing patients through the Fulton County Medical Center's specialty clinic in the Penns Village Shopping Center on Oct. 3. Davidson will be providing office visits and surgical services two Tuesdays a month. Davidson is a native of the State College, Pa., area and completed his undergraduate work at Juniata College in Huntington, Pa., where he also played on the football team.
NEWS
November 25, 2006
Radiography students at Hagerstown Community College recently attended the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists annual meeting in Baltimore. Six students won awards in the professional paper competition. Doug Eddy of Union Bridge, Md., won first place for his paper, "Radiography 2006-2011, The Profession in Five Years;" Vickie Brunner of Hagerstown won third place for her paper, "The Therapeutic Value of Effective Communication in Medical Imaging;" Bethany Hixon of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.
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By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | July 24, 2012
Grace Jones of Hagerstown toured the Emergency Department of Meritus Medical Center on Tuesday and said she enjoyed being able to picture what it was actually like. “We got to see the whole ER and see how it works,” she said. “There's something always going on.” Grace, 13, said she wants to be an emergency physician someday. “You get the satisfaction of helping people in their most critical needs,” she said. “It's always exciting.” Grace is a member of the ER Academy, a camp that will last throughout the week.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | April 5, 2008
HAGERSTOWN - The use of bedpans made the biggest impression on some Eastern Elementary first-graders who spent Friday afternoon at Robinwood Medical Center learning about hospitals and discussing safety. "I learned that if you need to go to the bathroom, you have to use a container," Kierstan Hahn, 7, said after she visited a learning station about staying in the hospital. "I learned that if you can't stand up or walk or go to the bathroom, you have to go to the bathroom in a cup," 7-year-old Charlie Pandolfi said.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | April 7, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- The use of bedpans made the biggest impression on some Eastern Elementary first-graders who spent Friday afternoon at Robinwood Medical Center learning about hospitals and discussing safety. "I learned that if you need to go to the bathroom, you have to use a container," Kierstan Hahn, 7, said after she visited a learning station about staying in the hospital. "I learned that if you can't stand up or walk or go to the bathroom, you have to go to the bathroom in a cup," 7-year-old Charlie Pandolfi said.
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EDUCATION
December 23, 2012
Five Hagerstown Community College students recently won awards during the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologies Student Essay Competition. In this year's essay competition, four HCC students won the top awards, and one HCC student was awarded the Ted Lynch Award. Essay winners included Jessica Rice, of Hagerstown, who received first place; Jonie Redmond of Westminster, Md., who received second place; Victoria Jennings of Rohrersville, who received third place; and Melinda Benshoff of Chambersburg, Pa., who received honorable mention.  HCC sophomore Jamie Leese of Shippensburg, Pa., received the Ted Lynch Award for Outstanding HCC Radiography Program Student.
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By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | July 24, 2012
Grace Jones of Hagerstown toured the Emergency Department of Meritus Medical Center on Tuesday and said she enjoyed being able to picture what it was actually like. “We got to see the whole ER and see how it works,” she said. “There's something always going on.” Grace, 13, said she wants to be an emergency physician someday. “You get the satisfaction of helping people in their most critical needs,” she said. “It's always exciting.” Grace is a member of the ER Academy, a camp that will last throughout the week.
LIFESTYLE
December 2, 2011
Four Hagerstown Community College students recently won awards during the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologies Student Essay Competition. In this year's essay competition, three HCC students won the top three awards and one HCC student was awarded the Ted Lynch Award. Each year, the Ted Lynch Award is given to sophomore-level students throughout the state who are chosen by their individual college radiography programs as the most outstanding student within the program. Awards were presented by Vickie Brunner, treasurer of the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists, and a 2007 graduate of HCC's radiography program.
NEWS
December 7, 2009
Officials at Hagerstown Community College recently honored Associated Radiologists, P.A., for donations and contributions made to HCC's radiography and medical imaging programs. "Since 1997, this group has donated funds toward the continuing education radiography series, which helps bring nationally known experts to the medical-imaging professionals in the quad- state region," said Angie Stoops, HCC director, health sciences division. "The funds donated by Associated Radiologists also support specific student educational endeavors in medical imaging, allowing us to bring in guest lecturers.
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By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | May 20, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Bob Hockenbury is hoping by the time he graduates from Cornell University in 2013 that some of his current Clear Spring High School teachers will be thinking about retirement. That's because he would like to take their place someday, teaching in the school's agriculture program. The 17-year-old was one of 218 Washington County Public Schools seniors honored Wednesday for academic excellence. The annual celebration at North Hagerstown High School recognizes students with a 3.7 GPA or higher.
NEWS
November 17, 2008
Four Hagerstown Community College students recently won awards in the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Meeting Student Essay Competition. Essay winners included: o David Lufkin, 45, of Frederick, Md., who won the first-place prize for his essay, "Imaging Helps Solve a Mystery. " o Cindy Garner, 41, of Clear Spring, who received the third-place prize for her essay, "Osteogenesis Imperfecta (IO). " o Jamie Price, 31, of Falling Waters, W.Va., who received honorable mention for her essay, "Radiography in Archaeology.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | April 7, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- The use of bedpans made the biggest impression on some Eastern Elementary first-graders who spent Friday afternoon at Robinwood Medical Center learning about hospitals and discussing safety. "I learned that if you need to go to the bathroom, you have to use a container," Kierstan Hahn, 7, said after she visited a learning station about staying in the hospital. "I learned that if you can't stand up or walk or go to the bathroom, you have to go to the bathroom in a cup," 7-year-old Charlie Pandolfi said.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | April 5, 2008
HAGERSTOWN - The use of bedpans made the biggest impression on some Eastern Elementary first-graders who spent Friday afternoon at Robinwood Medical Center learning about hospitals and discussing safety. "I learned that if you need to go to the bathroom, you have to use a container," Kierstan Hahn, 7, said after she visited a learning station about staying in the hospital. "I learned that if you can't stand up or walk or go to the bathroom, you have to go to the bathroom in a cup," 7-year-old Charlie Pandolfi said.
NEWS
December 4, 2006
Surgeon sees patients at office in McConnellsburg, Pa. McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Dr. Matthew Davidson of Central Pennsylvania Surgical Associates of Harrisburg, Pa., began seeing patients through the Fulton County Medical Center's specialty clinic in the Penns Village Shopping Center on Oct. 3. Davidson will be providing office visits and surgical services two Tuesdays a month. Davidson is a native of the State College, Pa., area and completed his undergraduate work at Juniata College in Huntington, Pa., where he also played on the football team.
NEWS
November 25, 2006
Radiography students at Hagerstown Community College recently attended the Maryland Society of Radiologic Technologists annual meeting in Baltimore. Six students won awards in the professional paper competition. Doug Eddy of Union Bridge, Md., won first place for his paper, "Radiography 2006-2011, The Profession in Five Years;" Vickie Brunner of Hagerstown won third place for her paper, "The Therapeutic Value of Effective Communication in Medical Imaging;" Bethany Hixon of Berkeley Springs, W.Va.
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