HOSA student advances to region in nursing assisting competition

Junior Rebecca Torres placed 1st during the regional competition for Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) and will advance to the state competition at the end of April. The organization aims to promote career opportunities in the health industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Rebecca competed in the Nursing Assisting event which required both a hands-on portion and a multiple choice portion.

HOSA earns honors at competition

Earlier in December health science, anatomy, and forensic students participated in the online testing competition with HOSA. The following students earned honors for the competition: Advancing to Round 2 (skills demonstration) at the Area competition in February: Selena Gonzales (BHS) – 3rd place in Pharmacy Science Katharina Pahl (BHS) – 6th place in Dental Science […]

HOSA members advanced out of area

Seven Hammond-Oliver students advanced out of the area round of the online testing portion of the HOSA meet. Jessica Garrett (RHS) – 1st out of 22 competitors in EMT Mallory McDonald (RHS) – 1st out of 22 competitors in EMT Alexis Fletcher (RHS) – 6th out of 34 competitors in Forensic Medicine Erwin Juarez-Munoz (RHS) […]

HOSA student advances to nationals

Six Hammond-Oliver Health Sciences Academy Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) members were among the more than 3000 students from throughout Texas who participated in the HOSA State Leadership Conference in San Antonio March 27-29. Fatima Scott – Researched Persuasive Speaking (top 20) Mollie VanBoskirk – Pharmacology (3rd place) Holly Smith & Matt Miller – […]