YOUTH EDUCATION PROGRAMS
NDHC spearheads programs in our communities that promote health and wellness as well as provide opportunities for youth to learn about healthcare careers.
NDHC physician Dr. Erika Stein provided campers insights into her work providing medical care to the community during the 2022 camp.
The R-COOL-Health Scrubs Camp provides an opportunity for students to explore their health and develop an understanding of healthcare careers.
The camp is supported through the UND Center for Rural Health. Students participate in several hands-on activities in the areas of occupational and physical therapy, emergency services, nursing, pharmacy, lab and xray, and physican/nurse practitioner care.
In 2022, NDHC sponsored the camp for 8th graders at Northwood Public School.
To bring an NDHC Scrubs Camp to your school, contact our Community Health Resource Coordinator.
NDHC, in partnership with Northwood Public School, launched a local HOSA Future Health Professionals chapter for middle and high school students.
HOSA implements leadership development focused on the health industry. Members develop skills while they explore career paths and prepare to enter a health career.
HOSA Achievement Award
NDHC is proud to sponsor the HOSA Achievement Award.
Senior HOSA members are nominated by their school. The following criteria are considered:
Cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher
Participation in HOSA's Fall and/or State Leadership Conference
Demonstrate leadership in the Northwood HOSA chapter
Express interest in enrolling in a health profession program at a college or university
NDHC, in partnership with Northwood Public School, sponsors a local HOSA Future Health Professionals chapter for middle and high school students.
HOSA implements leadership development while maintaining focus on the health industry.
Chapter members meet regularly and also have the opportunity to attend state events.