April 1, 2009
Public Health Lecture April 14 Will Be
“Health Care Job Market: Is It Healthy?”
Do you want to learn more about hospice care and job
opportunities in the health care job market?
“Health Care Job Market: Is it Healthy?” will be the focus of a
public health lecture at Northeast Alabama Community College on
Tuesday, April 14, at 12:00 noon in the Health Education
Building (Room 106) on the NACC campus. The lecture will be
presented by Keith B. Sanderson, President and founder of ABC
Hospice, Inc. provides in-home end of life care to six
northeastern Alabama counties. Mr. Sanderson has been owner or
part owner of several health care companies in the Rainsville
area since 1993. Having grown up with a pharmacist as his
father, he learned from a young age about career opportunities
in health care.
“Continuing to provide lectures for the public on health issues
is one way that we are pursuing the goal of even a more vital
role in our community in regard to health care,” stated NACC
President Dr. David Campbell. Campbell noted that this mission
adds to the College’s fundamental and extremely important role
of training health care workers to serve community needs. “We
like to think that we are expanding the vision of what we can do
in regard to health care training with this public lecture
series,” he said.
This health lecture is free to the faculty, staff and students
at NACC, and to the public.
For more information about the Health Care lecture series,
contact Susan Barron, Director of Events Planning at
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone