Mar 27, 2015
On Feb. 26, Kentucky One Health Urgent Care donated an exam table to the Richmond Campus to be used as a teaching aid in the medical assisting program. The practice, which was recently named a Distinguished Community Employer by the campus, employs three American National University graduates: Darlina Davis, Shauna Barrett and Renee Pruitt. Kentucky One also serves as an externship site for the campus’s medical assisting students.
Renee, who is the office manager at Kentucky One, explained that the practice wanted to give back to American National University because they employee three graduates. They are proud that their donation will help prepare future medical assistants for the workforce.
“When Kentucky One Urgent Care contacted me about donating an exam table to our college, I was delighted,” said Paula Beth Ciolek, director of health care education. “At that time, I only had one, so to have two will be great for my Clinical Medical class. My students are so excited to be able to utilize their skills more effectively and practice without having to wait for other students.”
You can read more about Kentucky One Health Urgent Care’s partnership with American National University in the Dec. 9, 2014 issue of the National News: http://bit.ly/1uwTg9r.
American National University medical assisting graduates (left to right) Darlina Davis, Shauna Barrett, and Renee Pruitt are shown at Kentucky One Health Urgent Care with an exam table that the practice recently donated to the Richmond Campus.
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