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Hall County Health Science Students qualify for 2015 State HOSA Competition
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More than 90 high school students from Chestatee, Flowery Branch, Johnson and West Hall high schools recently qualified at the Region Health Occupations Students of America competition and now advance to the state level competition, set for March 12–14 in Athens. The region competition includes students from 22 counties.
First-place winners include the following:

  • Brooke Moody, Chestatee High School, CPR/first aid (team)
  • Daisy Ponce, Chestatee, dental terminology
  • Parker Ramey, Chestatee, medical terminology
  • Danielle Richey, Chestatee, CPR/first aid (team)
  • Kristen McCole, Flowery Branch High School, pharmacology
  • Nicholette Lizdas, Flowery Branch, medical assisting
  • Bansari Patel, Flowery Branch, medical law & ethics
  • Joshua Segraves, Flowery Branch, medical math
  • Brandon Hotmer, Flowery Branch, epidemiology 
  • Jackson Forrestall, Flowery Branch, nutrition
  • Jessica Rocamora, Flowery Branch, pathophysiology
  • Dominick Garcia, Flowery Branch, physical therapy 
  • Dawson Byrnes, Johnson High School, biomedical lab science
  • Nhi Huynh, Johnson, forensic medicine
  • Heidi Troung, Johnson, forensic medicine
  • Diana Hernandez, West Hall High School, healthy lifestyles
  • Isabel Reyes, West Hall, home health aide
  • Hannah Wilson, West Hall, human growth and development
  • Emma Miller, West Hall, medical reading
  • Charmie Adajania, West Hall, medical spelling
  • Yesica Turcios, West Hall, transcultural health care
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