American National University

Practice Employs ANU Graduates and Looks to Hire More

May 11, 2016

The ANU Richmond Campus recently presented Bluegrass Orthopaedics with the Distinguished Community Employer Award in recognition of its support of American National University medical students through externships and employment. 

“They all seem very knowledgeable.”

Bluegrass Orthopaedics currently employs several ANU medical assisting graduates, and clinical supervisor Brandy Eads shared that the practice hopes to hire several more in the near future. “They all seem very knowledgeable.  They all have a very good outlook on work. Do you have more?” Ms. Eads asked with a smile.

Paula Beth Ciolek, director of health science education at the Richmond Campus, said that she looks forward to referring many more ANU medical assisting students and graduates to Bluegrass Orthopaedics in the future. “We are very appreciative of the opportunities for externships and careers that Bluegrass Orthopaedics gives our students,” she said.

Photo-(left to right) ANU graduate Casandra Dyer, Bluegrass Orthopaedics clinical supervisor Brandy Eads, ANU graduate Mary Troxal, and ANU Richmond Campus director of health science education Paula Beth Ciolek are pictured during the Distinguished Community Employer Award presentation.


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