Students honored at Campbellsville University Allied Health pinning

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Fifty graduates from three allied health programs offered through Campbellsville University’s Virginia Ponser Flanagan Technology Training Center were honored in a recent ceremony at Ransdell Chapel.
Megan Craig of Lebanon graduated as a Certified Medical Assistant.
Amanda Washington of Lebanon graduated as a Clinical Medical Assistant.
Hannah Andrews of New Hope graduated as a Clinical Medical Assistant.
The graduates are from the following programs of study: clinical medical assistant, pharmacy technician and phlebotomy technician.
The ceremony began with the participants who completed the clinical medical assistant program. The graduates completed over 320 hours of training in clinical practice as a medical assistant.
The 20 graduates from the program are: Amy Boils, Melissa Ford, Robin Luenebrink, Jaime Phelps, Jessika Rash, Stacy Reynolds, Shelby Warner and Ashley Willis, all from Campbellsville; Debra Bryant and Elizabeth Mackay from Columbia; and Danielle Patrick and Melissa Rowe from Greensburg; Megan Craig and Amanda Washington from Lebanon; Nicole Deering and Sheila Wimsatt from Springfield; Lori Alvizo of Russell Springs; Hannah Andrews of New Hope; Corey Kaufman of Munfordville; and Mary “Molly” Swords of Elizabethtown.