Students from Central Tech’s Drumright and Sapulpa campuses earned 17 team and individual awards in the HOSA-Future Health Professionals state competition on April 11 in Norman, OK. Among those 17 awards, four teams and individuals placed first, moving them on to the HOSA national competition later this year.

The three-day competition tested students on many aspects of the medical field, including prepared speaking, medical photography, and CPR/first aid. Students were also able to attend educational symposiums, workshops and other learning-based events.

HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA’s two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA’s goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.

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Health Career Photography state 2nd place: Amanda Ford, Chandler.
Veterinary Science state 3rd place: Ashley Clark, Mannford.
Interviewing Skills 1st place: Ashlyn Seek, Cleveland.
Anatomy in Clay 1st place: (L-R) Aubrey Dillahunty, Sapulpa; Reanna Wilson, Sapulpa.
Medical Reading 2nd place: Braiden Ellis, Kiefer.
Medical Assisting 2nd place: Chri’ De Bruyn, Sapulpa.
Health Care Issues Examinations, Certificate winner: Dominique Thorton, Cushing.
Medical Innovation 3rd place: (L-R) Hunter Hodson, olive; Heidi Hanks, Olive.
Prepared Speaking 2nd place: Jessica Spahr, Ripley.
Medical Reading 2nd place: KaCee Butler, Olive
Health Career Photography 2nd place: Kalli Mills, Oilton.
Biomedical Debate 1st place: (L-R) Karley White, Mannford; Alyssa Pierce, Drumright; Jessica Reynolds, Mounds; Brock Smith, Oilton.
CPR/First Aid 4th place: Lani Howard, Cushing; Saeble Harp, Cushing.
Personal Care 2nd place: Rebecca Box, Cleveland.
Job Seeking Skills 1st place: Riddhi Patel, Cushing.
Biomedical Debate 3rd place: (L-R) Taylor Myers, Cushing; Kaitlyn Cloud, Sapulpa; Madison Hemenway, Sapulpa; Ruth Sanchez, Cushing.
Healthy Lifestyle 2nd place: Tracey Krlin, Oilton.