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For A Future in Healthcare

Today, the nursing shortage problem spreads across the country, and in Tahoe there are no exceptions. However, at Barton Memorial Hospital we are preparing for tomorrow. Beginning with children and working our way up, we offer numerous programs that introduce and educate our community about healthcare and its employment opportunities. The following programs are offered through Barton Memorial Hospital.

  • Seventh Grade Healthcare Career Lectures
    Offered to STMS and Whittell, this program introduces students to the opportunities, salaries, and educational preparation of healthcare professions. Coordinated with their human anatomy module in March, students listen to lectures, watch videos and demonstrations from clinical staff members in different departments.

  • High School Career Days
    Offered to both STHS and Whittell H.S. this program sends a representative from Barton into the school to talk to the students, encouraging them to ask questions and learn more about the healthcare field.

  • Senior Project Site
    This program offers any hospital department as a site for a high school senior with a healthcare related project.

  • Junior Volunteer Program
    This program is offered to high school students who wish to give back and volunteer with Barton’s different programs through Barton Auxiliary. Volunteer hours include helping with our Skilled Nursing Facility resident activities, participating in emergency drills or helping with fundraisers and outreach events.

  • Lake Tahoe Community College Internship
    In collaboration with Barton Memorial Hospital, LTCC offers a variety of certifications for the graduating senior. Internships for college credits; Certified Nursing Assistant program; phlebotomy; billing; beginning coding; Medical Office Terminology and more.

  • Community Forums
    Coordinated with Lake Tahoe Community College, representatives from Barton present information about their careers, salaries and educational preparation to adults who are interested in considering a career change into healthcare.

  • Nursing Programs

For more information on the above programs and events, contact Human Resources at 530.543.5564.