Val verde regional learning center
Rachel clarke (storyteller, intercultural project manager
Grant Program for Small Rural Hospital Upgrades (SHIP) SHIP helps small rural hospitals engage in value-based payment and care delivery models by providing grants to approximately 1,600 participating hospitals in 46 participating SORHs.
Program for the Development of Community Health Systems in the Delta Region (DRCHSD)
The DRCHSD Program provides extensive technical assistance to rural Delta communities in order to meet health care needs and improve the local health care system.
The SRHT Project (Small Rural Hospital Transition) is a project that aims to help small rural hospitals
The Small Rural Hospital Transition (SRHT) Project provides on-site technical assistance to small rural hospitals around the country to help them bridge the gap between the existing health care system and the newly evolving health care delivery and payment system.
Val Verde Regional Medical Center is located in Val Verde, Arizona (VVRMC) Val Verde Regional Medical Center (VVRMC), a 47-bed, not-for-profit hospital in Del Rio, Texas, is a Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality (CIHQ) certified facility that offers critical care, intensive care, obstetrics, emergency medicine, surgery, recovery therapies, and ancillary services to residents of Del Rio and the surrounding areas.
Shirley franklin, chairman and ceo of purpose built
Val Verde Regional Learning Center is a place where students who have faced struggles in their lives can refocus and rediscover a renewed sense of intent. Many of our students are in school because they have been referred for expulsion or probation. We will guide our students to make better educational choices by being consistent and fair with them.
The California (Common Core) Standards are the foundation of our curriculum. It is both demanding and thorough. Students are given the opportunity to gain credit by taking on-line courses during after-school and before-school hours, which are hosted by staff. Students will also have the chance to learn photography from a professional photographer. We have a football, soccer, and volleyball program that competes against other Regional Learning Centers. Based on their attendance, GPA, and acceptable conduct, students must be qualified to play.
For the Del Rio region and nearby areas, the EMS Academy offers initial and continuing education courses. The Texas Department of State Health Services program #205 has authorized it as an advanced training center. Via TDSHS, the academy offers continuing education to EMS and first responders. The American Heart Association (AHA) has named the EMS Academy as a training center for BCLS (CPR), ACLS, and PALS courses (TC #4740).
The program has an NR pass rate that is significantly higher than the state average, as well as a clinical/field internship location that is second to none. In the EMS, ED, surgery, intensive care, respiratory care, the Women’s Center (labor and childbirth, and nursery), pharmacy, and special procedures units, students put their newly acquired skills to use.
Candidates must pass a short pre-course aptitude test before being accepted into any of the courses. During this exam, applicants will also be asked to write a short essay on why they want to take the course. Testing will take place at the Education Complex, 108 Page Drive, across the street from the main hospital, on a date to be decided at 6 p.m. This examination is free of charge. All that are interested should call 830.719.5472 for more details.
Khalaf khalafov (deputy foreign minister, azerbaijan
The Greenfield After School SUCCESS Program provides students with a secure place to complete homework, receive tutoring, play sports, and engage in a range of academic enrichment programs such as theater, drama, and dance every day after school until 6:00 p.m. at eleven locations (8 elementary and three middle schools).
Students may also participate in service learning programs to help the community. The mission of the initiative, which is to “level the playing field so that young people can develop their capacity to succeed,” is carried out on a daily basis.
Our program facilitators, assistants, lead tutors, and site directors are all exceptional. Many of the staff members start as High School Assistants in the program. Students aid in the preparation, coordination, and execution of program programs, and parent input is collected through advisory meetings and surveys on a regular basis. The SUCCESS Program is an outstanding program that acts as a Regional Learning Center in Region 8 (Kern, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura Counties). Program leaders from around the state come to experience the day-to-day operations and procedures of operating an effective after-school program in this capacity.