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Student Spotlight: Health Care Management Student Consuelo Cohen

Consuelo Cohen is currently a student at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester in the health care management program. When asked how she became interested in the field she said, “The health care field is growing in Rochester.” In her current position in the social services field, she says, “there is room for advancement. It’s my hope to become
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Medical Assistant Grad from MSB-Rochester Gets Job at Mayo Clinic

When Dawn Hoppe moved to Rochester in September 2012, she was already enrolled in our medical assistant program at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester campus. Her goal was to get her Associate of Science degree in medical assistant and work her “dream” job for the Mayo Clinic. While attending college as a full-time student, Dawn also
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This Instructor Could Save Your Life

Nothing can duplicate real-world, hands-on experience in one’s career. Instructors at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester epitomize this truth, and students attend our school for that very reason. Katie Snow, a medical assistant program faculty member, is one such instructor. Enjoy learning more about the value she provides in both the classroom and emergency medicine. It
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Classroom Therapy Cures Mental Health Therapist

Ken Sell, adjunct faculty member and previous practicing mental health professional, agreed to let me turn the tables on him by asking him all the questions. As one of the most popular instructors at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester, sharing what he has to say could be therapeutic to all readers. Due to Ken’s gift of
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From Good to Great: Top Student Becomes Leading Teacher

Every year, the medical assistant program at Minnesota School of Business-Rochester graduates competent healthcare professionals. Leading the way for medical assistant students is Kathy Daniels, medical assistant program chair, who has years of in-field experience. After she agreed to drop the requirement of using me as a venipuncture test dummy in exchange for the blog,
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