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Fresno Nursing Students Attend a Health Fair





On Sunday, November 6th, 2011 NU Fresno Nursing department took part in a free public Health Fair sponsored by Telemundo Broadcasting, at Manchester Mall in Fresno, CA. The health fair offered a variety of medical checkups to Spanish speaking persons who do not have medical insurance. A team of Fresno Campus faculty, students and staff participated in this health fair, offering blood pressure tests, dietary and infant health information. I am proud to report that our nursing students completed over 320 blood pressure checks and passed out information for better living. I was proud to organize this event to promote the universities values, give back to the community and put forth a positive image of National University.

Fresno Team Consisted of:
Roslyn Villalobos, Student Support Specialist, Nursing Department
Amy Mason, Nursing Adjunct Faculty
Leticia Degraff, Conference Service Coordinator (Spanish Translator)
Maria De La Mora, Student Accounts Officer (Spanish Translator)
Robo Mounsithirath, Nursing Student
Denise Ellis, Nursing Student
Lindsey Overstreet, Nursing Student
Prince Sohel, Nursing Student
Rakayla Medina, Nursing Student

A special THANK YOU to Leticia & Maria who translated for us. It was no easy task and we really appreciate you girls going above and beyond!

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