Snapshot

Welcome to the JCHS Snapshot webpage! Jefferson College of Health Sciences is really hopping these days and we want to give you a glimpse into everyday life on our campus. From student activities to hosting VIPs from our community, there’s always something going on at JCHS!

This page will feature snapshots of students, faculty and staff, as well as guests, in our new spaces at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital and in our surrounding community.

We hope you enjoy these shots and will visit this page often to see new photos!

Thursday, December 01 2011

The Physician Assistant (PA) class of 2013 participated in a holiday donation drive in December 2011. The students chose to donate supplies to the Operation Christmas Child which is an outreach drive affiliated with Samaritan’s Purse International Relief. The organization sends out shoe boxes filled with items for children ages 3 to 14. The donated items included toys, books, school supplies, clothing, soap and toothbrushes. 

The PA students also donated canned food to help the local food bank. Those students who participated would especially like to recognize their class Vice-President, Caroline Pilgrim, who took the initiative to setup these drives.

In the picture above, taken on the JCHS campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital, are students who helped organize and package donated items, including (left to right): Amanda Lee, Sarah Patnode, Patrick DeVane, Jenny Baucom, Lynn Howard and Isaac Jones.

Tuesday, November 29 2011

On Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011, JCHS hosted a visit from Dr. Bob Klein, a new Anatomy Consultant at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.  

In the picture above, taken in the President's Office on the JCHS Campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital, are (left to right): Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS and 
Dr. Bob Klein.

Tuesday, November 22 2011

On Nov. 22, 2011, JCHS and the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (VTC) partnered to welcome prospective students and their families and friends to “Within Reach,” an event that provided information about health career options. VTC’s Dr. David Trinkle led the presentations, welcoming everyone and introducing the speakers. Following Dr. Trinkle was JCHS Director of Admissions Judith McKeon (pictured above), who spoke about the 14 degree options available at our school. Then, Dr. Steve Workman spoke to the crowd about the medical degree options available at VTC. After the presentations, the audience and representatives from both schools met in the Café on the first floor of the VTC building to further discuss how to embark on a healthcare career. 

Friday, November 04 2011

On Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, JCHS hosted a visit from Hollani Davis, the News 7 at 10 and 11 p.m. anchor. Ms. Davis, an Emmy award-winning journalist at Your Hometown Station, is a native of Las Cruces, New Mexico and a graduate of Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia.  

In the picture above, taken in front of Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital on the JCHS campus, are (left to right): Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Dr. Lisa Allison-Jones, JCHS Dean for Academic Affairs; and Hollani Davis.

 

Wednesday, November 02 2011

On Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011, JCHS hosted a visit from Dr. Edward F.D. Spencer, the Vice-President for Student Affairs at Virginia Tech.  

In the picture above, taken in one of the Computer Labs in the JCHS Library, are (left to right):  
Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Dr. Lisa Allison-Jones, JCHS Dean for Academic Affairs; Dr. Edward F.D. Spencer; Mr. Scott Hill, JCHS Dean for Student Affairs; and Dr. Glen Mayhew, JCHS Associate Dean for Institutional Research.

Saturday, October 29 2011 to Sunday, October 30 2011

From Oct. 29-30, 2011, JCHS Occupational Therapy (OT) students and faculty attended and presented at the statewide conference for the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association (VOTA) conference in Williamsburg, VA.

Three JCHS Master of Science in Occupational Therapy program (MSOT) students presented their posters during this weekend as well. Two of our OTA students received state scholarships and David Haynes, JCHS MSOT Program Director, received a plaque/service award for his years as the Alternate Rep to the National Representative Assembly. 

Friday, October 28 2011

On Friday, Oct. 28, 2011, Lilly Mahon and Stephen Harris, students in the JCHS Medical Laboratory Science Program, received scholarships from the Clinical Laboratory Management Association, Spirit of Virginia Chapter (CLMA-SOV), the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science - VA (ASCLS-VA) and Solstas Lab Partners. The scholarship checks were presented to Lilly and Stephen by Charlene Waybright, ASCLS-VA representative. To qualify for the scholarships, applicants had to provide information about need, maintain a minimum GPA and write an essay. Lilly is a recent graduate of Virginia Tech and Stephen is a fourth year JCHS student. 

Friday, October 21 2011

On Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, JCHS hosted a visit to the JCHS campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital from members of Greene Memorial United Methodist Church in Roanoke, Asbury United Methodist Church in Christiansburg and Cave Spring United Methodist Church in Roanoke. 

In the picture above, taken in the JCHS Emergency Services Lab, are (front row, left to right): George Warner, Pastor, Asbury United Methodist Church (UMC); Richard Cummins, Organist, Director of Music & Fine Arts, Greene Memorial UMC; Carol Worley, Hospitality Coordinator, Greene Memorial UMC; Bonnie Elliott, Church Secretary, Greene Memorial UMC; and Shirley Grant, wife of Arthur Grant, Greene Memorial UMC. 

(Back row, left to right): Dr. Lisa Allison-Jones, JCHS Dean for Academic Affairs; Debbie Brown, Director, Program Ministries, Greene Memorial UMC; Gary Robbins, Pastor, Greene Memorial UMC; Ronnie Morris, Pastor, Cave Spring UMC; Arthur Grant, Minister to the Homebound, Greene Memorial UMC; and Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS.

Tuesday, October 11 2011

On Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011, JCHS hosted a visit from members of Roanoke area and U.S. Government Law Enforcement Agencies to the JCHS campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital. 

In the picture above are (left to right): Terrell Holbrook, Deputy Chief, Roanoke County;  Susan Booth, JCHS Safety and Physical Plant Officer; Chief Steve Lugar, Carilion Clinic Police; Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop, President of JCHS; Chief Ray Lavinder, Roanoke County Police; Wade Fleming, Senior Resident Agent, U.S. Secret Service, Roanoke Resident Agency; Jeffery Taylor, Supervisory Senior Resident Agent, FBI Richmond Division/Roanoke Resident Agency; Dr. Lisa Allison-Jones, JCHS Dean for Academic Affairs; and Gwen Mason, Community Outreach Coordinator, U.S. Attorney’s Office. Not pictured above, but also participating in this visit was Octavia Johnson, City of Roanoke Sherriff.

Friday, October 07 2011

On Friday, Oct. 7, 2011, the JCHS Physician Assistant (PA) Program hosted an event to raise awareness about the PA profession and to celebrate National PA Day, an annual event that takes place in October to commemorate the anniversary of the first graduating PA class at Duke University in 1967. The event included games, live music and a proclamation from Roanoke City Mayor David A. Bowers in honor of PA Day. 

In the photo above (from left to right) are: JCHS PA Program Director Patricia Airey; JCHS President Dr. Nathaniel L. Bishop; Roanoke Mayor David A. Bowers; and PA student Lynn Howard.

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