Photos: Medicine at MCC

Courtesy/MCC<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Representatives from Martin Harris Construction turn over the keys to the new Mohave Community College Allied Health Training Center at 1801 Detroit Ave. to MCC President Michael J. Kearns and Linda Riesdorph, director of nursing. Watching from inside the new building are MCC Foundation member Dan Messersmith (left) and Alan Klaas, associate vice president of development for MCC and executive director of the MCC Foundation. Holding the doors are Dwight Webb, project manager (left) and John Hallaway, project superintendent for Martin Harris. The new building will now be equipped and ready for classroom and laboratory instruction this fall in nursing and other allied health career fields.

Courtesy/MCC<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Representatives from Martin Harris Construction turn over the keys to the new Mohave Community College Allied Health Training Center at 1801 Detroit Ave. to MCC President Michael J. Kearns and Linda Riesdorph, director of nursing. Watching from inside the new building are MCC Foundation member Dan Messersmith (left) and Alan Klaas, associate vice president of development for MCC and executive director of the MCC Foundation. Holding the doors are Dwight Webb, project manager (left) and John Hallaway, project superintendent for Martin Harris. The new building will now be equipped and ready for classroom and laboratory instruction this fall in nursing and other allied health career fields.

Mohave Community College Allied Health Training Center and three Mohave Community College students, the first to earn the associate in applied science in surgical technology at the college, were recognized.