Junior volunteers explore medical careers at hospital
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on July 25, 2013 1:46 PM
Rizk Alghorazi, right, a junior volunteer at Wayne Memorial Hospital, pulls a warm blanket over Garry Ruzy as he prepares to undergo an outpatient procedure. Alghorazi is a rising junior at Wayne Early/Middle College High School, and hopes to become a neurosurgeon.
email@example.com They used to be called "candy stripers" -- exuberant helpers in red-and-white striped outfits serving as support staff at the hospital. These days, they are junior volunteers and are likely decked out in a vibrant teal or orange shirt...
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