Tag Archives: Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Grad: ‘It was Money Well Spent’

When Globe University-Woodbury Director of Career Services, Rachel Morin, had to get surgery on her Achilles tendon at HealthPartners in St. Paul, Minnesota, she noticed the level of professionalism and care of her medical assist. It just so happened that the medical assistant was a 2013 graduate of the medical assisting (MA) program. Rachel said she
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Using LinkedIn for Your Career in the Medical Industry

LinkedIn is a professional networking site that is worth the investment of your time and energy. If you plan on working in the medical industry as a medical assistant or in nursing, not only can LinkedIn provide you plenty for job leads, it can help you brand yourself and connect with other professionals. We’ll share
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MSB Students Teach Kids About Germs Through Play

What comes to mind when you think of the word “germs”? Many of us think of creepy crawling microscopic bugs that can make us sick. Many also just assume that they are everywhere and they are difficult to contain. In order to address common germ concerns, medical assistant students in Dawn Bunn’s Microbiology class at
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MSB-Elk River Students Give Back in Big Ways: Applied Learning at its Finest!

Spring quarter was a flurry of activity at Minnesota School of Business-Elk River. Several classes engaged in truly inspiring and exciting applied learning projects throughout the quarter. From animals to children to senior citizens, the students worked with a wide range of area partners to give back to the local community in big ways. Nicole Greenlund’s
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Congratulations Spring 2015 Graduates!

Staff and faculty at Minnesota School of Business-Blaine were proud and honored on June 12 to welcome family and friends of our spring 2015 graduating class to celebrate the dedication of the graduates. Both during the graduation ceremony and reception afterward, we saw a great many smiles, heard some loud shouts of jubilation, and witnessed
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Medical Assisting Students Educate the Oak Ridge Boys and Girls

Medical Assisting students from the Minnesota School of Business-St. Cloud campus recently visited the Oak Ridge Elementary School in Sartell, Minnesota. Bringing with them the knowledge of germs, heart rate, nutrition, and fitness, the students along with their instructor Lisa Smith, medical assisting program chair, met with the fourth grade class. They set up stations
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Medical Assistant Student Seeks Stability with Degree from Minnesota School of Business

Katie Savoie was working three jobs when she decided to go back to school so she would have more time to spend her with her family. Now she’s pursuing a medical assistant degree at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB)-Lakeville campus and says the flexibility allows her to maintain her jobs while she works toward
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Medical Assistant Graduate Uses Skills In Career

Alex Liu’s journey to Minnesota School of Business (MSB) covered many miles. He grew up in Paraguay and moved to the United States in 2004 as an exchange student. After overcoming a language barrier, Liu graduated from high school and completed a bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration. But Liu recognized he wanted a more hands-on career and decided to enroll
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Christy Thattanakham Health Care Management Program Student

You moved to Rochester from Arkansas?   Christy: Yes in February of this year (2011). I moved here with four goals in mind, in which two of them had to be accomplished almost immediately. One of the goals was to get a full time job because we all need income to make it in this crazy
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Plymouth Medical Assistant Students Present on Infection Prevention

Students from Jody Stenzel’s Urinalysis and Microbiology class presented to Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth staff and students on how infections are transmitted as part of the class’ service-learning project. Students distributed pamphlets and gave demonstrations on proper hand washing techniques and other prevention techniques. The class collected samples from common household carriers including, showers, sinks,
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