Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – As National Nurses Week comes to an end, one western Wisconsin hospital is celebrating a full-circle moment. Jenna Robach was a teenager when she got her first look at nursing.
In 2012, she was one of the first students selected for the Rice Lake High School internship program at Marshfield Medical Clinic. The program allows students to experience the medical field.
Ten years later, she graduated with her bachelor’s degree in nursing and stepped back through those hospital doors again.
“I’m excited to join a group of nurses who work really hard to serve our community and to make that full circle of my community serving me and allowing me to be at Marshfield as a student and then to come back and now serve my community it’s a cool experience,” said Robach.
Robach works in surgical services in the operating room. As for the internship program, Marshfield is currently narrowing down 13 applicants for the eight spots next school year.