Tina Ryan is recognized by the National Phlebotomy Association
Malden, MA. The Salter School is proud to announce that Ms. Tina Ryan, one of our valued Professional Medical Assistant instructors from our Malden campus, has received an Outstanding Service Award from the National Phlebotomy Association. She was recognized for the commitment and support she has provided to the organization for the past eight years.
As a Medical Assisting instructor, Ms. Ryan has helped launch the careers of many medical assistants and phlebotomists. She teaches students the clinical skills they need—such as drawing blood and administering injections—to be ready for the workplace. Her students have gone on to become phlebotomists in local hospitals and labs, as well as medical assistants in many medical offices throughout the Boston region.
The letter from the National Phlebotomy Association, accompanied by an engraved customized plaque, is one for framing and hanging on the wall:
“The National Phlebotomy Association would like to present this award to you for your outstanding support to NPA for 8 years. NPA acknowledges your hard work and diligent efforts in encouraging your students on the importance of becoming certified Phlebotomists upon successful completion of their training. Your school has an overall passing rate of 86%.”
A medical assisting instructor who goes “Above and Beyond”
If winning the NPA recognition was not enough, here’s another interesting fact about Ms. Ryan. The National Phlebotomy Association is not the first organization to recognize her excellence! Ms. Ryan has been such a positive influence on her students that the Salter School awarded her with the prestigious Above and Beyond Award in 2009. She’s the kind of teacher who can truly relate to her students and make the learning come alive.
The National Phlebotomy Association is an organization that promotes the educating and certifying of phlebotomists, and has been instrumental in establishing the professional standards for this field. Ms. Ryan helps to ensure that her students are learning these standards, following protocols, and developing the techniques for performing phlebotomies correctly.
We are proud of Ms. Ryan and all of our instructors at the Salter School. They pour their hearts and minds into educating our students and preparing them for the world of work!
The Salter School offers four campuses for career-focused training in Massachusetts. In addition to the Malden campus, our programs are offered in Fall River, Tewksbury, and New Bedford. Contact us anytime for more information.