Medical Assisting Seniors Learn Suture Techniques
In a recent lab, Medical Assisting seniors practiced simple interrupted stitching. This is a suturing technique most commonly used to close wounds. Mrs. Rutledge, Medical Assisting Instructor, educated students regarding the size and shape of suture needles along with different types of wounds and wound care.
With an ever-growing healthcare field, Maplewood Career Center prepares Medical Assisting students to perform many administrative and clinical procedures for employment in a physician’s office, clinic or hospital.
In the News
Did you know that programs at OTCs are formed based upon the needs of employers? This makes them responsive to our state’s economy & they cover dozens of ...
Adults looking to earn higher wages should consider an Ohio Technical Center program. After completion of a certificate program, adults are equipped for employm...