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Maumee Meet Our Instructor - Mari Ann Szczublewski
Maumee Meet Our Instructor - Mari Ann Szczublewski - Medical Assistant

Driven by her desire to help others, Mari Ann Medical Assistant program chair, (also the chair for Patient Care Technician program) decided to make a career change. After graduating from decided to make a career change. After graduating from Professional Skills Institute in 2006, she finally became a licensed practical nurse. This allowed her to give back to her community like she had always dreamed.

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Brecksville Meet Our Instructor - Markie Lazar
Brecksville Meet Our Instructor - Markie Lazar

For medical assistants, no day is truly “ordinary.” Each patient needs unique care, and every day presents its own challenges. However, seeing patients recover helps compassionate medical assistants like Markie persevere through difficult days.

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Giving Thanks to Medical Professionals
Giving Thanks to Medical Professionals

Every Thanksgiving, you look forward to sharing dinner with family and friends. This year, less people are at the table because they couldn't travel. Instead of discussing their aspirations, accomplishments, and stories from the last few months, everyone is wondering what's open and where they can buy hand sanitizer. That's when you chime in.

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A Day in the Life of a Medical Assistant
A Day in the Life of a Medical Assistant

Were you ever given a group project in school but found you were the only one doing all the work? Tasks are easier when you have someone you can count on, whether it be a friend, family member, or coworker. The same holds true for the medical field. As experienced and knowledgeable as doctors and surgeons are, they can't run their practices by themselves. That's where medical assistants like me come in.

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Graduate Highlight - Shelby Sellick
Graduate Highlight - Shelby Sellick

Life is full of uncertainty. When you are unsure about where you will live, what job you will be working, and how you will develop as a person in the next few years, it could be challenging to plan your academic future. It's even more difficult when your spouse is serving in the military. Even with a hectic, constantly-changing lifestyle, Shelby Sellick was able to earn her medical assistant diploma at Stautzenberger College.

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Graduate Highlight - Kennisha Collins
Graduate Highlight - Kennisha Collins

“Strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle.”1 This quote from author Napoleon Hill rings especially true for Stautzenberger College graduate Kennisha Collins. Ms. Collins was only able to complete the medical assistant program and progress in her career because of her incredible determination to overcome hardships.

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