LFCC’s Luray-Page County Center gets financial boost
The CMCF grant will cover several pieces of lab equipment, including an anatomage table used for virtual dissection; an autoclave to perform sterilization; various mannequins; four hospital beds; a large variety of medical supplies; and video conferencing equipment.
“The Page County community will benefit in so many ways when the new Luray-Page County Center is up and running – not only will it allow more residents to get a college education and career training in high-demand fields without having to commute, but it will also produce more local healthcare workers in a region that sorely needs them,” said LFCC President Kim Blosser in a news release. “We will be able to offer our students state-of-the-art training thanks to the funding from this Claude Moore grant.”
The Luray-Page County Center is slated to open in January of 2021.
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