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April 7, 2013

Nursing students lend hand in Touched Twice Clinic

Herzing University students are known to be strong contributors in their communities, and the volunteering for the Touched Twice Clinic.

Herzing University students are known to be strong contributors in their communities, and the volunteering for the Touched Twice Clinic is just one more example of their desire to use their new skills for the benefit of others by performing health screening services such as blood sugar tests and blood pressure checks.

Touched Twice Clinics are free clinics that are put on twice per year as part of the Touched Twice program, run by a non-profit group. Read more about this charitable group in a transcript from a news clip that aired on WKOV 27, Madison’s ABC affiliate, in which our own Rita Cordova, HU Nursing Instructor was quoted! Read transcript

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