Future innovators visit Owensboro Health Regional Hospital
Students from Estes Elementary School in Owensboro got to visit Owensboro Health Regional Hospital on Tuesday, April 21, getting a look behind the scenes at operations of the hospital. The students, part of the Innovations Grant Program with Owensboro Public Schools, got to visit the Emergency Department, laboratory, facilities and see an Air Evac helicopter land at the hospital.
Students from Estes Elementary watch an Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter come in for a landing at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital.
Owensboro Health administrators and staff join Estes Elementary students at the helipad during a tour of the hospital.
Vice President for Community and Government Affairs Steve Johnson
and Security Supervisor Ron Velez stand by as students watch the landing of an Air Evac helicopter at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital.
Estes Elementary Students pose for a photo with Air Evac helicopter Pilot Al
Wilson (back right), Paramedic Debra Shadwick and Flight RN Matt Stevens.
Flight Paramedic Debra Shadwick, right, shows Estes Elementary students the interior of the Air Evac medical evac helicopter.
Students and staff get a tour of the Air Evac helicopter.
Estes Elementary students also got a chance to step through the helicopter
during their Tuesday tour.
One Estes student volunteered to be a "patient" for part of the tour.
Members of the Emergency Department staff talk to students about their roles and the way the ED works to care for critically ill patients.
Security Officer Victor Hollowell talks to students about the role of security
in a hospital on Tuesday in the hospital Emergency Department.