IBMC College Hires Adjunct Instructor for Medical Assisting Degree Program
The Longmont campus of IBMC College hires Adjunct Instructor for Medical Assisting Degree program.
Kimberly McPhie Heidt is a Medical Assistant with over 35 years of professional experience in the medical field. From 2001-2012, McPhie Heidt was working as a Medical Assistant at TUCC, Urology Center of Colorado in Denver, CO. Previously she worked with two smaller family practices, the Family Physicians of Greeley, and Guber-Schiel-Malm Family Clinic in Cheyenne, WY. She also has experience working in OB/GYN at Women’s Healthcare in Littleton.
Kimberly McPhie Heidt’s professional experience speaks for itself, the knowledge and real-world experience she has will be a wonderful learning opportunity for students. Her skills and know-how will certainly be valued by the students and faculty on the IBMC College campus in Longmont.
At IBMC College, students to train in as little as 15-19 months to become Nationally Certified Medical Assistants, 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.