Exploring, Boy Scouts of America, Norman Regional Hospital
Kyle Hurley is being recognized for his leadership of Norman Regional Hospital’s Exploring Post 2901, which introduces young men and women ages 14 to 21 to healthcare careers.
“As a former Eagle Scout, Kyle developed a desire to give back and to help others, which led to his background in teaching and working in the community,” said Kassie Wrobel, Exploring Executive with Boy Scouts Last Frontier Council. “Over the past year, Kyle has successfully relaunched Norman Regional Hospital’s Health Exploring Post. He currently serves as a post adviser for the program with the objective of expanding the program so that they may lead, teach, mentor, guide and expose youth to the healthcare industry.”
Hurley has been involved in the healthcare industry for over 18 years. His experience ranges from education technology, paramedic and paramedic supervisor to his current position as Norman Regional Health System’s business planning specialist. His work focuses on writing business plans, leading a team on organizational culture, and business strategy and growth. Outside of his role at Norman Regional, Hurley also teaches graduate students at Southern Nazarene University. In addition to his paramedic license, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA focused in healthcare from Southern Nazarene University.
About the Program: A program of Boy Scouts, Exploring is a career-based mentorship program for men and women ages 14 to 21. The purpose of the program is to provide real-world, hands-on experience and develop other critical skills necessary for success in college and/or career, including leadership, character development, social and professional networking, and community service.