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2014 Bring your Child To Work Day

On Thursday, April 24, 2014, The Department of Anesthesiology hosted our first Bring Your Child To Work Day. An invitation was extended to the children of our department’s faculty and staff. Seventeen students, ranging in age from 10 to 17 years old, registered and participated.

Bring Your Child To Work Day Itinerary:

• Ms. Marisol DeLeon and Ms. Sherrie Lane led a tour and demonstration of the hospital’s Central Pharmacy, specifically the pharmacy’s robotics and TUGs.

• Dr. Anne Savarese presented on “What is Pediatric Anesthesiology?”

• Ms. Melanie Matthews and Mr. Bob Sharp led a presentation on the hospital’s Emergency Services, provided a hands-on tour of two ofthe hospital’s ambulances.

• Dr. Ken Koerner gave a view only tour of the hospital’s Hyperbaric Chamber, as well as a demonstration on intubation. Allinterested students were invited to try the intubation process.

• Dr. Gary Fiskum, Julie Proctor, and Joshua Vaughan presented on medical research and its benefits.

• Chief Resident, Dr. Jessica Hobbs, led a “show and tell” session on Anesthesiology, and fielded questions about becoming an Anesthesiologist.

• Sheree Carter-Chase, RN, led an Interactive Tour of the MASTRI Center.

Photo Gallery

Pharmacy tour
Central Pharmacy Tour, escorted by Marisol DeLeon, Operations Manager
Students observe robot, Rosie, named after the fictional
humanoid robot character in The Jetsons
Offboarding Ambulance
Single file to ExpressCare for the emergency services
presentation and ambulance tour.
Students pose
Group pose!
Dr. Samet and his children
Dr. Ron Samet and children Eli, Daniel, and Shoshana
Reece and Pam
Pamela Earle-Jackson and son, Reece.
Dr. Koerner assists Rachel Noorani
Dr. Kenneth Koerner assists Rachel Noorani
Practicing Intubation
Students practice intubation
Mannequin breathes
Feeling the mannequin’s chest rise and fall - a true hands-on experience
Dr. Fiskum talks to students
Dr. Gary Fiskum talks to the students about medical research
Learning CPR techniques
Dr. Koerner and his kids
Dr. Ken Koerner with his children Jacob, Brandon, Danielle, and Ethen
Dr. Udekwu and his son
Dr. Obi Udekwu with son, Gustav
Dr. Ihenatu and her kids
Dr. Chinwe Ihenatu and children Ugochi and Ikenna
Brittany and Ms. Vickie
Department administrative staff and chaperones, Vickie Leshinskie and Brittany Sohn