The most recent class of medical assisting graduates from the American National University $$Richmond Campus have all launched new careers after passing the registered medical assistant (RMA) certification exam and finding employment in area medical offices and healthcare facilities.—
The demand for certified employees continues to grow in the medical field. “It was crucial that I passed in order to gain a position as an RMA,” shared graduate Lisa Bargo, who was hired by Baptist Health Advanced Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine after passing the RMA exam.
[img]Paula Beth Ciolek, director of health science education at the Richmond Campus, feels that the success of her most recent graduating class is a testimony to the students’ hard work and the strong foundation of knowledge that they gained in their program at ANU.
“The fact that 100% of our class passed the RMA is an outstanding achievement for my students and shows an outstanding performance for the ANU medical assisting program,” she said.
Photo A-ANU Richmond Campus medical assisting graduates (left to right) Tonita Rose and Brittany Phillips, director of health science education Paula Beth Ciolek, and medical assisting graduates Sarah Johnson and Lisa Bargo.
Photo B-The most recent class of medical assisting graduates from the ANU Richmond Campus have all passed the registered medical assistant certification exam and found employment in their field.