Hundreds of students got a first look at what a career in the medical field might be like.
Rush Hospital held its 6th Annual Career Care Wednesday, inviting allied health students in the 11th and 12th grades to visit.
The students got to see all of the careers from which to choose, especially those offered at Rush.
"It's an opportunity for us to really showcase the different career opportunities in our health care system," said director of nursing. David Bonner. "We have booths set up for respiratory therapy, nursing, so it's a chance for these students to see what's involved in a hospital world."
Rush officials estimate between 300 and 400 students took part in Career Care.
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