SSCC health care programs celebrate graduation


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The 20th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Billing & Coding Specialist program included, from left, Daniel Marsh, Kaitlyn Deaton, Abigail Haught and Sarah Stemann.

The 20th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Billing & Coding Specialist program included, from left, Daniel Marsh, Kaitlyn Deaton, Abigail Haught and Sarah Stemann.


The 35th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Phlebotomy Technician program included, from left, Brelee Arehart, Jessica Hippen, Hayley Cullom, Brandi Loury, Caitlin Boys, Denise Cox; and (absent from photo) Lauren Lechuga Ramirez.


The 102nd graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Medical Assisting program included (front row, l-r) Opal Dunn, Sarah Zindorf, Serenity Batterson; (back row, l-r) September Barnhart, Denise Cox, Lindsy Aills, Lauren Lechuga Ramirez, Brelee Arehart; and (absent from photo) Jessica Hippen and Arlene Shumaker.


Graduates of Southern State Community College’s medical assisting and allied health programs were honored recently at a Graduate Tea. Graduates from the medical assisting, phlebotomy technician and billing and coding specialist programs attended.

The 2018 Medical Assisting graduating class included: from Brown County, Serenity Batterson* of Fayetteville and Arlene Shumaker of Mt. Orab; from Clinton County, Brelee Arehart of Wilmington, Denise Cox of Sabina, Lauren Lechuga Ramirez of Sabina, and Sarah Zindorf of Clarksville; from Fayette County, Lindsy Aills of Washington C.H. and Jessica Hippen of Washington C.H.; and from Highland County, September Barnhart of Greenfield, Opal Dunn of Hillsboro and Mary Nelson of Hillsboro. (*denotes college honors).

The 2018 Phlebotomy Technician graduating class included: from Clinton County, Brelee Arehart of Wilmington, Caitlin Boys* of Wilmington, Denise Cox of Sabina, Lauren Lechuga Ramirez of Sabina and Brandi Loury* of New Vienna; from Fayette County, Jessica Hippen of Washington C.H.; and from Highland County, Hayley Cullom of Hillsboro. (*denotes college honors).

The 2018 Billing & Coding Specialist graduating class includes: from Adams County, Daniel Marsh of Winchester; from Brown County, Kaitlyn Deaton of Williamsburg; and from Highland County, Abigail Haught of Hillsboro and Sarah Stemann* of Hillsboro. (*denotes college honors).

To learn more about the medical assisting and allied health programs at Southern State Community College, contact Rhonda Davis at 1-800-628-7722, ext. 2639, email rdavis@sscc.edu or Stephanie Roush at 1-800-628-7722, ext. 2739, email sroush8@sscc.edu. Information can also be found at www.sscc.edu/academics/programs/health-sciences.shtml.

Submitted by Kris Cross, SSCC director of public relations.

The 20th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Billing & Coding Specialist program included, from left, Daniel Marsh, Kaitlyn Deaton, Abigail Haught and Sarah Stemann.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/05/web1_SSCC-Billing-and-Coding-pic.jpgThe 20th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Billing & Coding Specialist program included, from left, Daniel Marsh, Kaitlyn Deaton, Abigail Haught and Sarah Stemann.

The 35th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Phlebotomy Technician program included, from left, Brelee Arehart, Jessica Hippen, Hayley Cullom, Brandi Loury, Caitlin Boys, Denise Cox; and (absent from photo) Lauren Lechuga Ramirez.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/05/web1_SSCC-Medical-Assisting-pic.jpgThe 35th graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Phlebotomy Technician program included, from left, Brelee Arehart, Jessica Hippen, Hayley Cullom, Brandi Loury, Caitlin Boys, Denise Cox; and (absent from photo) Lauren Lechuga Ramirez.

The 102nd graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Medical Assisting program included (front row, l-r) Opal Dunn, Sarah Zindorf, Serenity Batterson; (back row, l-r) September Barnhart, Denise Cox, Lindsy Aills, Lauren Lechuga Ramirez, Brelee Arehart; and (absent from photo) Jessica Hippen and Arlene Shumaker.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/05/web1_SSCC-pic-3.jpgThe 102nd graduating class of Southern State Community College’s Medical Assisting program included (front row, l-r) Opal Dunn, Sarah Zindorf, Serenity Batterson; (back row, l-r) September Barnhart, Denise Cox, Lindsy Aills, Lauren Lechuga Ramirez, Brelee Arehart; and (absent from photo) Jessica Hippen and Arlene Shumaker.

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