The Harrisonburg Campus medical assisting program is proudly celebrating the accomplishments of it most recent graduating class. All six students of the class successfully passed the registered medical assistant (RMA) exam, giving the class a 100% pass rate.
This is the fifth term in a row that the Harrisonburg Campus has achieved a 100% pass rate for students taking the RMA exam. Harrisonburg’s newest RMA’s, Liliana Zavala, Michelle Delawder, Greta Warner, Catherine Houser, Michelle Shoemaker, and Danica Simmons, all shared in the excitement, along with their instructor and director of health care education Christopher Weve.
“It has been a long road for this group, but it all has paid off in the end,” Christopher said. “I get to see the students when they first come in on day one for orientation, and I get to watch them grow and learn and struggle. But the very best part is being here on this day and seeing them pass their exam and reach their goals. I am very proud of each of them and happy that I am able to share this moment with them.”
(L to R) Liliana Zavala, Michelle Delawder, Greta Warner, Catherine Houser, Michelle Shoemaker, and Danica Simmons passed the exam to become registered medical assistants.
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