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NARMC Programs

M*A*S*H Program

The Medical Application of Science for Health (M*A*S*H) Program is a two-week intensive summer program
for high school students who will be entering their junior or senior year in the Fall 2013. The M*A*S*H
Program is sponsored and funded by North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC), the University of
Arkansas for Medical Sciences-Rural Hospital Program, the Arkansas Farm Bureau, Arkansas Blue Cross/Blue
Shield, the Oral Health Division of the Arkansas Department of Health, and local businesses. There is no charge
to attend the program.

An integral part of the M*A*S*H experience is exposure to the differing areas of medicine and the variety of
health-related professions. Students will learn to identify some of the various health care disciplines, what they
do, how they relate to one another, and how the fundamentals of anatomy, biology, pharmacology, and
physiology are employed in each discipline. The basic science connections to medical diagnosis and treatment
will be reinforced through lecture presentations, labs, and clinical interactions. Additionally, students will be
exposed to the importance of healthy lifestyle habits and will earn their certification in Basic Life Support for the
Healthcare Provider (BLS-CPR).

Students interested in participating in M*A*S*H must meet the following criteria:

1. Have completed a biology course prior to the start of M*A*S*H
2. Have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA
3. Demonstrate the ability to be task-committed and to utilize creative and critical thinking skills
4. Submit a completed application
5. Submit three (3) recommendations from school personnel, one of which must be from a science teacher
6. Submit current vaccination record
7. Provide current TB skin test. Test must have been completed after July 1, 2012.
8. Complete face-to-face interview with NARMC M*A*S*H Program Director

The NARMC 2013 M*A*S*H Program will be held June 17th through June 28th.

Come see Mrs. Yeager for an application or visit this site and click on "2013 M*A*S*H Application.



Junior Volunteer Program

The NARMC Junior Volunteer program is a summer volunteer program for students 14-17 years old with the first consideration given to students in the 10th - 12th grades. The Junior Volunteer experiences exposes participants to the wide range of hospital based medical careers while given the participant a change to share their time in a positive manner. Studnets commit to donating a minimum of 100 hours of their time over the length of the program. Under direct supervision of the NARMC employees, Junior Volunteers perform assigned duties, which contributes to the overall care and service tot he hospital. There is no charge to participate.

Students interested in participating in the Junior Volunteer program must meet the following criteria:

1. Have a minimum of a 2.5 GPA, verified through an official school transcript
2. Demonstrate the maturity to be task-committed
3. Submit a completed application
4. Submit two (2) letters of recommendation from a non-relative adult, preferably a clergy person, teacher, school counselor, or employer
5. Submit current vaccination record
6. Provide a current TB skin test. Test must have been completed after July 1, 2012
7. Complete face-toface interview with the Volunteer Coordinator and a selection Committee.


This year's NARMC Junior VOlunteer program is scheduled for July 8 - August 2

Come see Mrs. Yeager for an application