What is the creed of HOSA?

What is the creed of HOSA?

HOSA Creed. I recognize the universal need for quality, compassionate healthcare. I understand the importance of academic excellence, skills training, and leadership development in my career pathway. I believe through service to my community and to the world, I will make the best use of my knowledge and talents.

What is the motto for HOSA?

Health Science and HOSA – A Healthy Partnership
treat each person with respect and love. Tagline: “Health Science and HOSA – A Healthy Partnership!” that each individual is important in his or her own right; therefore, I will Health.

What are HOSA’s 4 core values?

HOSA’s Core Values —Learn. Lead. Serve. Innovate.

What is the first line of the HOSA creed?

I BELIEVE in the Health Care Profession
Original HOSA Creed It reads as follows: I BELIEVE in the Health Care Profession. I BELIEVE in the profession for which I am being trained; and in the opportunities that my training offers.

What is the 2021 HOSA theme?

Theme: Shatter Your Expectations.

What is the 2020 2021 HOSA theme?

Public Service Announcement 2020-2021 Topic: The Future of Healthcare – How HOSA is Making A Difference!

What are the levels of HOSA?

HOSA has three levels of student membership, that it calls “divisions”:

  • Middle School Division.
  • Secondary Division.
  • Postsecondary/Collegiate Division.

What are HOSA colors?

The HOSA colors are navy blue representing loyalty to the healthcare profession, medical white indicating the purity of purpose, and maroon demonstrating the compassion of HOSA members.

How do you qualify for HOSA nationals?

To be eligible for competition at the ILC, a delegate must be a member of HOSA, registered on a chapter roster, no later than January 1 if the member is enrolled in the Fall semester; Spring enrollees must be affiliated by March 1 or within thirty (30) days of the beginning of a program initiated during the Spring …

Who is Georgia State Advisor for HOSA?

Megan King
Megan King is a certified athletic trainer that teaches Healthcare Science at Etowah High School in Woodstock. She has been teaching there since 2016 and serving as a HOSA advisor since the chapter’s inception.

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