The Princeton Campus’s director of health science education, Pat Sell, and career center director, Elaine Owens, recently presented American National University’s Distinguished Community Employer Award to Dr. Inas H. Al-Attar, doctor of pediatrics and infectious medicine.
Since 2007, Dr. Al-Attar has been a supporter of ANU students and graduates. She has allowed students to perform their externships in her office, and throughout the years quite a few have been hired upon completion of those externships. Wendy Robinette, a medical assisting graduate who has been employed at the practice for 8 years and is the current supervisor, says, “Being a graduate of National, I always say ‘yes’ to students seeking an externship site and call the school first whenever we need to hire a medical assistant.”
The Princeton Campus appreciates all the externships and the career opportunities Dr. Al-Attar has provided to ANU students and graduates and looks forward to continuing the relationship with her and her staff for years to come.
Dr. Inas Al-Attar (center) and ANU graduate and office supervisor Wendy Robinette (right) accepted the Distinguished Community Employer Award from Princeton Campus director of health science education Pat Sell (left).
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