Sussex Tech Adult Education Division recognized 46 graduates on November 2, 2016 with Certificates of Completion in six different Health Professions curriculums. Many of the graduates have taken their National Certification Exam and are now certified. Upon passing the National Healthcare Certification Exam, they will be qualified to work anywhere in the United States. The six curriculums are: Clinical Medical Assistant Certification, Medical Billing and Coding Specialist, Certified Medical Administrative Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, Rehabilitation Therapy Technician and Pharmacy Technician.
Graduates and their home towns were: Mary Peta – Millsboro; Kristen Leister – Milford; Fran Hassett – Seaford; Ly’esh Snow – Millsboro; Catherine Pereida – Georgetown; Julia Johnson – Millsboro; Tracie Owens – Bridgeville; LaToya Holland – Georgetown; Terri McKenzie- Selbyville; Margaret Pendergraph – Lewes; Alisha Jones – Georgetown; Eunice Yanez –Herrera – Georgetown; Maria Joachimowski – Frankford; Cevon Maull – Nassau; Pierretta Doughty – Georgetown; Suzanne Windsor – Lincoln; Karen Fisher – Millsboro; Wanda Story – Georgetown; Iris Cannon – Seaford; Susan Bunting – Lincoln; Richard Priestley – Millsboro; Danielle Griffith – Lewes; Matthew Evins – Georgetown; Lisa Fletcher – Seaford; Rebecca Pietuszka – Frankford; Isaac Mckinney – Dover; Cynthia Cleveland – Ellendale; Gerard Wildman – Seaford; Karen Fisher – Millsboro; Charlene Lewis- Georgetown; Lisa Abboud – Lewes; Taylor Bonneville – Georgetown; Diane Sukar – Greenwood; Katie Aaron – Frankford; Sheri Brown – Longneck; Latoya Edwards- Georgetown; Ladetrich Showell – Georgetown; Vonshe’ Johnson – Lewes; Vanessa Maull – Georgetown; Amber Wheatley – Seaford; Kristena Mitchell – Lincoln; Tysheka Nock – Georgetown; Kristen Seabolt- Georgetown; Katherine Watts- Lewes; Darlyn White- Milford; and Tammy Harman – Rehoboth.