Next Session at The Ladder: Emergency Medicine – September 14th!

Join us Saturday, September 14th at 12:30pm at UROC to learn about emergency medicine!

Urgent conditions and life-threatening injuries are all just part of the job for someone who works in Emergency Medicine. Learn from HCMC’s Emergency Medicine residents about what it’s like to work in high-pressure situations, trauma incidents, and even in an ambulance! As always, feel free to invite any friends and family that might be interested in joining. We hope to see you soon!

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The UROC building in North Minneapolis is located at 2001 Plymouth Ave N, Minneapolis. It is reachable by Metro Transit bus routes 19, 32 & 7.

Lunch will be provided, as well as hands-on activities and mentorship on next-steps for scholars of all ages interested in pursuing health care careers.

Have a bulletin board or wall-space for info-posting? Print this off and post! Curious about what the Ladder is all about? See for yourself!

The Ladder is a Society of Medical Scholars ages 9 to 99. Meetings are every second Saturday of the month.

A Scholar Reads,
A Scholar Listens,
A Scholar Teaches and,
A Scholar Learns.

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2 Responses to Next Session at The Ladder: Emergency Medicine – September 14th!

  1. Barb Warnert says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading the article “Lift as You Climb” from the Fall 2019 Medical Bulletin. (My daughter is a U of M Medical School graduate.) What a phenomenal program! However, as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist, I was disappointed to notice the lack of laboratory representation in the listed health careers. The laboratory offers multiple opportunities at different education levels: phlebotomists, lab assistants, clinical laboratory technicians, clinical laboratory scientists, and technical specialists. At my hospital we have career phlebotomists, as well as college students who work as phlebotomists, earning a good wage while gaining valuable medical experience. They will be future nurses, Clinical Laboratory Scientists, PA’s, and MD’s. We have also had CLS professionals go on to medical school. There are lifelong careers in the laboratory, as well as opportunity for growth and continued education.
    My thanks to all for such and effective program!

    Barb Warnert

    • theladdermn says:

      I was a phlebotomist before medical school it is an awesome career too. Come and join us and you can help set up a clinical Lab Scientist session. Lots of cool stuff goes on there and many great career opportunities. Join us, bring your daughter, and thanks!

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