Air Force Capt. Shane House and another Air Force nurse are the first two CSTARS instructors to work at West Chester Hospital to fulfill their proficiency requirements on Air Force time. (Photo by A. Saker)
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West Chester Hospital reports for duty as site for Air Force trauma care, readiness training

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WEST CHESTER, Oh. - The new UC medical facility is collaborating with the Air Force to allow active-duty nurses, doctors and cardio-pulmonary therapists to complete required training in trauma care.


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