LIMA — The American Association of Medical Assistants recently presented Katelyn M. Plas, of Fort Loramie, with her certification as a medical assistant.
Plas received her education from James A. Rhodes State College and was awarded the CMA (AAMA) credential upon passing the certification examination of the American Association of Medical Assistants administered by the National Board of Medical Examiners. She is employed by Grand Lake Health Systems.
“I was so excited to receive the results of the CMA (AAMA) exam for our graduates of 2016 which Katelyn was a part of. This is the fourth straight year that our program has maintained a 100 percent pass rate for this exam. This further demonstrates the quality of the Rhodes State Medical Assisting program, the student’s hard work, and the great team of dedicated faculty,” said Cheryl Kuck, Rhodes State program director.
For information about the Rhodes State College’s Medical Assisting program, call 419-995-8256 or visit www.rhodesstate.edu.