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Our Lady of the Lake Partners With Live Oak High Medical Students
Posted on 04/04/2022
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On Friday, March 25, 2022, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center partnered with Live Oak High School medical students to explore opportunities in healthcare. Students learned how the Franciscan Missionaries of our Lady Health System was founded, the importance of developing the workforce of the future to provide quality care, and toured the Pharmacy, Laboratory, Radiology, and Emergency Room departments. The final session featured information concerning job opportunities in the healthcare system, entry level positions, and post-secondary training. Closing remarks included a message from the OLOL Vice President of Talent Management who encouraged students to master communication, collaboration, and composure to be successful in a healthcare career. Dr. Mark Laperouse, Medical Director of Emergency Department Services, also shared his healthcare journey with students to encourage them to be persistent in their personal career goals.






 Dr. Mark Laperouse, Medical Director of Emergency Department Services, and Jordan Labbe pose with medical students  Students listen to the opening session presented by Christi Pierce in the Heart Vascular Institute Lecture Hall Live Oak High medical students pose with Sybil Cotton, Senior Director of OLOL Livingston Campus   Dr. Mark Laperouse, Medical Director of Emergency Department Services, greets medical students
 Dr. Mark Laperouse, Medical Director of Emergency Department Services, and Jordan Labbe pose with medical students.  Students listen to the opening session presented by Christi Pierce in the Heart Vascular Institute Lecture Hall. Live Oak High medical students pose with Sybil Cotton, Senior Director of OLOL Livingston Campus
Dr. Mark Laperouse, Medical Director of
 Emergency Department Services, greets medical students