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November 26, 2013 at 12:00 PM

Fort Morgan, CO. 11/26/13.  Morgan Community College (MCC) is pleased to announce a partnership with Hospice of the Plains. Hospice will make use of the MCC Wray Center for testing and training of Hospice staff. Additionally, Hospice will donate consumables for educational use and training in the Nurse Aide program at the Wray campus.

“We are excited to make the Wray Center part of our continuing training and yearly Nursing competencies,” says Rosemary DiVittore RN, Staff Development Coordinator for Hospice of the Plains. “MCC’s Nurse Aide classes, facilities and materials offer a great deal of potential for Hospice testing and proficiency training.”

In August Hospice of the Plains offered a Life Quality Institute at the MCC Wray Center, which led to further discussions for use of the campus. “The partnership will benefit both entities as well as bring a greater understanding of MCC offerings to our community,” notes Kellie Overturf, MCC Wray Center Director. “Both organizations play a role in in building the future of Wray and Northeast Colorado.” 

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