CTC Helps Physical Therapy Patients with Special Project

Columbus Technical College welding, automotive, and auto collision faculty and students partnered with Columbus Regional for a special project — modifying a van so patients can use it for physical therapy. These are pictures from an event on Aug.16 hosted by Cols Regional/Hughston Hospital.

In his remarks to the crowd, Columbus Technical College president Bob Jones said, “I have a bad habit of saying ‘yes’ to a project before knowing we can do it. It just goes to show I have faith in Columbus Technical College to do whatever needs to be done.”

Director of Rehabilitative Services at Hughston Hospital in Columbus, Marlene Chin, escorts patient Herbert Baucom to the van..
Director of Rehabilitative Services at Hughston Hospital in Columbus, Marlene Chin, escorts patient Herbert Baucom to the van..
Columbus Regional CEO James R. “Butch” Wheeler addresses the crowd.
A large crowd gathered for the event including Columbus Regional employees, CTC president Bob Jones, CTC staff, faculty and students who worked on the van.