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Public Health Student Gains Valuable Experience Through Internship

  • Author: Monday, October 13th, 2014

 

Kayleigh Coffey, an honors Health Care Administration (HCA) student completing the Long-Term Care (LTC) certificate, did her internship this summer in a retirement community in the Washington, D.C. metro area. She, along with, Nhung Dinh, another HCA & LTC student, spent eight weeks working in different administrative departments of the Kensington Park Retirement Community. Ms. Coffey wrote up a summary of her time in Washington and the things she learned while there. Please click here to read about her internship at the Kensington Park Retirement Community.

Contact: Melanie Eaton, (270) 745-5854 

Coffey & Dinh

Ms. Kayleigh Coffey, Ms. Tanya Walker (Preceptor) & Ms. Nhunh Dinh in Washington

Kensington

Photograph of the Kensington Community

Coffey & Dinh at athletic function

Dinh, Coffey, and Walker with the Washington Nationals Mascot

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