Cary Medical Center
Deb Eustis-Grandy's Anatomy & Physiology class recently toured Cary Medical Center in Caribou to learn about hospital operations and the many career opportunities available in the health care field. They visited imaging, pharmacy, rehab, the lab, surgery, and obstetrics, and listened to employees in all of these areas talk about what they do. Being so close, Cary Medical Center is an option for our students to do J-Term Internships, and other types of job-shadowing experiences.
This college-level course introduces students to the structure and function of the human body. The first semester establishes the cellular and biochemical basis for life and focuses on the integument, skeletal, muscle, nervous and endocrine systems. The second semester emphasizes the functions of the sense organs, immunity, reproductive, cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive systems. Numerous integrated hands-on lab experiences and case study analyses will occur throughout this course.