Kathryn Alford

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B.S. Health Prevention and Promotion Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Kathryn Alford

"Unless someone like you cares whole awful lot noting is going to better. It's not." - Dr. Seuss

Hello!

      My name is Kathryn Alford and I am one of the Health Science educators here at CHHS. I am so excited to be a Pirate again! I graduate from East Carolina in 2011 with a degree in Health Prevention and Promotion and have been a NC crediantialed Emergency Care Technician since 2009. I have have several roles in the health care community over the years including Critical Care Emergency Technician and Optometric Technician. I enjoy going the extra mile to make sure that everyone is taken care with a smile.

     I have always been interested in teaching after my experiences with youth in my community through public relation events with EMS as well as coaching youth softball here in Corinth-Holders. I am excited to include real life scenarios into my lessons and hope to get my students excited about a future career in health care. 

      I am originally from Enfield, NC and was raised with the value of helping others in the community. I moved to Wendell in September of 2012, when I married my husband. I enjoy spending time at home with Josh and our little girl and three dogs, as well as traveling back home to my family's farm. 

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    2nd Block - Health Science I

    3rd Block - Biomedical Technology 2

    Tutorials - Wednesday A Lunch and Thursday B Lunch

    4th Block - Planning

     

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