The Columbus Campus recently presented the American National University Distinguished Community Employer Award to Primary One Medical Center in Columbus. Site manager John Glacken graciously accepted the award on behalf of the medical center. In recent months, Primary One has hired two ANU students—Jasmine Handon, a current medical assisting student, and Marchele Huffman, a recent medical assisting graduate. “I am so happy to have found a potential career with an amazing company,” Jasmine beamed.
Primary One Medical Center provides multidisciplinary care to individuals who may not have full access to health care services, including the homeless population of central Ohio. The medical center firmly believes in cross-training their medical assistants in all areas of the practice, which includes primary care, dental, OB/GYN, pediatric services, and the front office.
“We are truly honored to accept this award. Our experience with American National University students has been nothing but positive,” said Mr. Glacken. Director of health science education Joshua Keslar is also appreciative of the relationship between ANU and Primary One and looks forward to continuing to help fill their employment needs, while embarking on a new opportunity that will help provide hands-on training to students before entering the field. “We are pleased to announce further collaboration with Primary One as an externship site opportunity for future ANU medical assisting students,” Joshua shared.
(Left to Right) Primary One Medical Center site manager John Glacken and medical assistant and ANU student Jasmine Handon accepted the Distinguished Community Employer Award from director of health science education Joshua Keslar.
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