Kelly DePaoli Receives
Bill Sweger Memorial Grant
On June 21, a $500.00 check was presented
to Kelly DePaoli for the Bill Sweger Memorial Grant from the
Keystone Point of Care Coordinators. Kelly is a third
shift Generalist at Penn State Hershey
Medical Center and is pursuing her
degree through Penn State University.
Shown left to right:
Carrie Bell (POCC), Douglas Peltz (Night Shift Sr.
Technologist), Kelly DePaoli (recipient), Thomas Stipe
(Lab Manager), Chris Morrow (Operations Director), Civia
Katz (Evening and Night Shift Supervisor). Photo credit
– Sheryl Rose
Courtney Getz Receives
VanDyke Memorial Grant
June 27, a $500.00 check was presented
to Courtney Getz for the Wendy VanDyke Memorial Grant from the
Keystone Point of Care Coordinators.
is a Junior at West Chester University studying to become a
Medical Laboratory Scientist and would like to get her Master’s
in Public Health or Business Administration.
Apply or Nominate a Peer for a
KEYPOCC awards educational grants each year in June. The
Wendy VanDyke and the Bill Sweger Memorial Grants are open
to any individual seeking education as a clinical scientist.
Grants are based upon specific standards established by the KEYPOCC Grant Committee.
The recipient selection process begins in January and the
deadline for submission is April 30. Each applicant will
learn of the Grant Committee’s decisions by May 31.
Completed and signed
One page personal essay with
Copy of official transcript
All documents must be received
Click here for a Grant Application.
March 30, 2017
William H. &
Mari0n C. Alexander Family Library
, Meeting Rooms A &
200 West Second
(5 minutes from Hershey,
June 30, 2017
Room: Zayed 2117
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Jeanne Mumford, MT(ASCP)
Pathology Supervisor, QA Specialist
Hopkins Health System
The purpose of the Pennsylvania-based KEYPOCC
group is to form
a collaborative network of
point-of-care coordinators with a willingness to share
information, ideas, and creative solutions to the unique
challenges presented by the growth of point-of-care testing (POCT).