Rising junior at UT-Chattanooga, likewise an Antioch local, will be perceived for the current week with a $10,000 grant to seek after her profession as a medical attendant specialist.
Chyna Germany is a 2017 alumni of Martin Luther King Jr. Scholastic Magnet High School in Nashville and has been granted the 2019 BlueCross Power of We Scholarship, supported by the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Health Foundation.
Chyna Germany, an UT-Chattanooga nursing major and Antioch local, was picked as a beneficiary of the 2019 BlueCross Power of We grant.
The Power of We grant helps exceptional minority undergrad understudies seeking after medicinal services professions inside Tennessee.
The grant program helps address the requirement for an increasingly comprehensive social insurance workforce and is introduced in organization with the Memphis Chapter of the National Association of Health Services Executives.
Germany is one of three beneficiaries this year.
“I am really still in stun. It implies such a great amount to me,” Germany said.
She has picked up involvement by working with patients during clinicals the previous spring and sought after a temporary job at Meharry Medical College.
The capacity to invest quality energy with her patients and show them empathy is the most remunerating piece of the activity for Germany.
“That was the most powerful piece of everything,” Germany said. “I would really carry out this responsibility without getting paid, I cherish every last bit of it.”
Germany needs to turn into a gynecological medical attendant specialist, known as an “OG BP,” to enable ladies to all the more likely comprehend their wellbeing.