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Heidelberg summer camp to explore healthcare professions




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Tiffin, Ohio — Heidelberg University’s Health Professions Camp 2023 offers a unique opportunity for current high school students who are set to graduate between 2023 and 2026.

This summer camp allows participants to explore various healthcare fields, including athletic training, physician, physician assistant, nursing, nurse practitioner, dietitian, and chiropractor.

The camp, organized by Dr. Jena Suffel, Clinical Education Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Health Sciences, and Clinical Athletic Trainer, will be held by the Health Sciences Division over three days, from July 19 (beginning at 6 p.m.) to July 22.

During the camp, students will engage in a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on learning activities. These activities will include casting, team competitions, and more, providing a comprehensive and interactive experience. Dr. Jena Suffel, the camp organizer, emphasizes the wide range of educational opportunities available, highlighting the practical aspects of the program.

Registration for the Health Professions Camp is currently open. The cost of participation is $300, which covers housing, meals, and all activities. Additionally, a CPR and first-aid course will be offered on the last day of the camp, with an additional fee of $50 for those who choose to enroll. To secure a spot at the camp, interested individuals can visit

It’s important to note that the deadline for registration is Monday, June 20. For further information or any inquiries, individuals can reach out to Dr. Jena Suffel via email at or by calling (419) 448-2008.

This camp offers a valuable opportunity for aspiring healthcare professionals to gain exposure and insight into various fields within the healthcare industry. By providing a mix of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experiences, Heidelberg University’s Health Professions Camp 2023 aims to inspire and guide the next generation of healthcare practitioners.

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