The Longmont campus of IBMC College hires Scott Brownlee as an Adjunct Instructor for the Medical Assisting Degree program.
Brownlee graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Detroit Michigan, McAuly School of Nursing. Since his graduation, Scott has continued his professional development, taking several medical training classes in: Crisis Prevention, Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers, and Trauma Nursing.
Scott Brownlee is an accomplished Medical Assistant with over 10 years of professional experience in the field. Brownlee comes to IBMC College from the LifeCare Center of Longmont, where he has been a Registered Nurse for the last four years. He was previously a Registered Nurse at Denver Health Hospital Adolescent Psychiatric in Denver, CO.
Brownlee’s professional experience and industry knowledge will make him a great addition to the Medical Assisting program, and faculty at the Longmont campus.
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.