PULSE of Surgery at Owensboro / Pennyroyal PLC
Date & Time
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Available Registration slots: 40
Register 1 or more individuals:
Who should attend: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors & Juliettes of appropriate program levels.
Max number of participants: 40
Girl Scouts in grades 6-12 and leaders will link to a live open-heart surgery performed by a medical team at Jewish Hospital. During real-time surgery, Girl Scouts and leaders will interact with the surgeon, nursing staff, perfusionists, and others in the operating room, while learning about the procedure, the tools used, and the techniques that must be mastered in order to perform a successful open-heart surgery.
NOTE: Because of the nature of this program NO ONE under girls in sixth grade will be permitted into the video viewing area.
Girl Scouts and leaders will meet local experts in health care and discuss the importance of healthy lifestyle choices. Participants will be able to experience this unique program via video conferencing. They will view the live surgery as it happens and be able to submit questions via online chat. Program also includes the pre- and post-visit curriculum guides, a surgical video to reference at each PLC, and student workbooks.
The Pulse of Surgery program is made possible by our wonderful relationship with the Kentucky Science Center and program support from Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, Greater Louisville Medical Society and Medical Society Professional Services.
Owensboro / Pennyroyal Program & Learning Center
June 12, 2013
Two weeks prior to date of arrival.
$10.00 per participant
Program questions contact: Janis Kidd 502-716-7228 or email@example.com
Registration questions contact: Rachel Ray at 502-716-7231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Girls develop a strong sense of self.
- Girls gain practical life skills.
- Girls seek challenges in the world.
- Girls develop critical thinking.
- Girls feel connected to their communities, locally and globally.
- Girls can identify community needs.
- Girls are resourceful problem solvers.
- Girls advocate for themselves and others, locally and globally.
- Girls educate and inspire others to act.
- Girls feel empowered to make a difference in the world.
Owensboro/Pennyroyal Program and Learning Center
140 Salem Drive
Owensboro, KY 42303
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