Students in the HEAL and Nursing programs did had their surgical rounds. One group began by suturing a pig’s foot, learning the intricacies of wound closure and proper surgical techniques. Next, the students practiced drawing blood from a fake arm, mastering the skills commonly used in medical settings. In a particularly fascinating session, they observed a demonstration of cutting a heart in two halves, providing them with an in-depth understanding of cardiac anatomy. These hands-on experiences allowed the students to develop essential surgical and clinical skills, fostering their passion for the medical field and potentially inspiring future surgeons, nurses, and healthcare professionals.