Medical technology students set to graduate, return to SAMC as employees
In mid-July, medical technology students Aleeca Shaw and Sam Wilemon from Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM), completed their clinical training at SAMC. While at SAMC, the students received hands on instruction in laboratory techniques. Both will graduate from AUM in August and return to SAMC as employed clinical laboratory scientists.
Shea Campbell, director of Laboratory Medicine says, "These jobs are hard to fill and require a four year degree in Clinical Laboratory Science. We're excited to have (21782) two exceptional candidates from our affiliation with AUM." SAMC's lab has been affiliated with the AUM program for 20 years.
In the photo, April Hatcher, SAMC laboratory medical technologist and student liaison, demonstrates how to program a PSA dilution to graduating students Aleeca Shaw and Sam Wilemon.