Four McCann Students Pass NHA Certification Exams
Pottsville, Pa. (September 30, 2016) – Four McCann School of Business & Technology recent graduates passed programmatic National Healthcareer Association (NHA) accreditation exams. These exams validate the skill sets learned in each individual program of study.
Tara Barlow (Shenandoah) a graduate of the Medical Assisting program passed the Certified Clinical Medical Assisting Exam.
Katrina Davis (Minersville) a graduate of the Medical Assisting program passed the Certified Clinical Medical Assisting Exam.
Samantha Miller (Pine Grove) a graduate of the Medical Assisting program passed the Certified Clinical Medical Assisting Exam.
Sandra Pinkstone (Pottsville) a graduate of the Office Technology – Medical program passed the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant exam.
McCann encourages all Allied Health students to take programmatic certification exams, which give graduates a competitive edge in the workforce. The 2015 examination results met the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) requirements, allowing McCann to maintain programmatic accreditation of the Medical Assisting program.
NHA has been offering The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) nationally accredited certifications to Allied Health professionals since 1989.
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