The School of Allied Health at IBMC College Adds a Medical Assisting Instructor

The Greeley Colorado campus of IBMC College, located at 2863 35th Ave., has hired Nicole Conradson as an Adjunct Instructor to teach in the Medical Assisting program.Nicole-Conradson---Greeley---MA

Nicole Conradson is an experienced medical professional and a Nationally Certified Medical Assistant. She comes to IBMC College from the Banner Health Clinic-Westlake, where she has been a Medical Assistant for the last 4 years. Previously she worked as a Reception/Billing Tech at CSL Plasma in Evans, CO.

Conradson’s recent experience with patient records, preforming venipunctures and EKG’s, administering shots, and routine office procedures will make her the perfect addition to the Medical Assisting program and the faculty at the campus in Greeley, CO.

At IBMC College students can to train in as little as 15-19 months to become a Nationally Certified Medical Assistant, when following the prescribed coursework and successfully completing the necessary exams. Hands-on classes prepare students with skills needed for : injections, vital sign measurements, phlebotomy, preparation of lab specimens, equipment sterilization, EKGs, radiography, dressing changes, and suture removal, as well as administrative and front office skills.

For more information about our Medical Assisting Degree program at IBMC College in Greeley, Colorado, please visit www.ibmc.edu or call (970) 356-4733.

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