Arkansas Tech College-Ozark Campus continued its 2022-23 Leaders within the Business sequence on Thursday, Jan. 19, with a session specializing in the well being care trade.
Debbie George-Fort and Kristi Terry served as visitor audio system.
George-Fort has labored in long-term take care of 40 years. A graduate of Arkansas Tech with a Bachelor of Science in Enterprise Administration diploma, George-Fort is licensed as a long-term care administrator in Arkansas and Oklahoma. She has been the administrator at Alma Nursing and Rehabilitation for the previous 10 years after beforehand working for Beverly Enterprises and Pinnacle Healthcare.
Terry is the adminstrator at Ashton Place Well being and Rehabilitation in Barling. She graduated from the College of Arkansas and started her long-term care profession with Beverly Enterprises in 1996. Terry transitioned to Reliance Healthcare in 2008.
“ATU-Ozark Campus is proud to sponsor the Leaders within the Business sequence for our college and college students,” mentioned Dr. Sheila Jacobs, ATU-Ozark chief educational officer. “This occasion helps the campus mission of working collaboratively with group companions to counterpoint the training of our college students whereas getting ready them for achievement within the workforce. We categorical our honest gratitude to our audio system and members.”
Study extra about ATU-Ozark Campus at www.atu.edu/ozark.