Hillsboro native training with Newton physician

Alisa Jost, a Hillsboro native and a fourth-year medical student at the KU School of Medi?cine?Wichita, will receive hands-on, clinical training in Newton from physician Robyn D. Hartvick?son at Axtell Clinic.

Jost will be in Newton Aug. 29 through Sept. 24.

The KU School of Medicine-Wichita Rural Preceptorship program exposes medical students to community-based medicine in rural Kansas commun?ities, which is the most common kind of care across the state.

The program is in support of the school?s mission to educate doctors for Kansas and allows medical students an opportunity to participate in clinical medicine, procedures, hospital care, community health and the business of medicine in a rural setting.

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