Nurse Katie Keinath, right foreground, smacked trauma surgeon Andrew Bernard with a foam noodle during an ice-breaking game that was part 
of a training program Tuesday for UK HealthCare nurses and physicians at Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass in Versailles.
Nurse Katie Keinath, right foreground, smacked trauma surgeon Andrew Bernard with a foam noodle during an ice-breaking game that was part of a training program Tuesday for UK HealthCare nurses and physicians at Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass in Versailles.
Nurse Katie Keinath, right foreground, smacked trauma surgeon Andrew Bernard with a foam noodle during an ice-breaking game that was part of a training program Tuesday for UK HealthCare nurses and physicians at Life Adventure Center of the Bluegrass in Versailles.

UK HealthCare nurses hone teamwork on challenge course

June 29, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 29, 2011 06:27 AM

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