Medical Assistant Students Earn
Northeast Alabama Community College is
pleased to announce that students from the Medical Assistant
Program have successfully passed the Clinical Certified Medical
Assistant (CCMA) or National Phlebotomy Exam (CPT- Certified
Phlebotomy Technician Exam). Pictured below are Christi Wade,
National Health Association coordinator for proctoring the
exams; Patricia Laney (CPT); Rebecca Mars, Medical Assistant
Instructor; Ramona Barkley (CPT); Diane Bain (CPT); Jessica
Sanders (CPT); Renee Thomas (CPT); Amy Williams (CPT); and
Rachel Walker, Medical Assistant Program Director. Also
receiving the CPT but not pictured are Diane Boldware, Deanna
Gaines, Yvonne Burt, Shasta Whited, Kayla Trotman, Sonya
Stanton, Shawn Walker, Craig Nichols, Kimberly Solt, Dena Brown
and Angie Johnson.
Those receiving the Clinical Certified Medical Assistant (not
pictured) are Natalie Kirby (CCMA), Diane Boldware (CCMA),
Deanna Gaines (CCMA), Yvonne Burt (CCMA), Diana Long (CCMA),
Judy Brooks (CCMA), Shannon Hass (CCMA) and Dena Brown (CCMA).
Medical Assistant is a fast growing profession with a 50%
increase in the number of positions available through 2014.
Students who graduate go to work in physicians’ clinics and lab
settings, while others work from home as medical transcribers.
Graduates are trained to perform both administrative and
clinical duties needed for employment.
For more information about the Medical Assistant program, please
call Rachel Walker at NACC at 256.228.6001 or 256.638.4418, ext.
*2323, or by email at