Medical Laboratory Technology Graduates

  • Thursday, 06 August 2015 08:38

Mississippi Delta Community College held its Practical Nursing and Medical Laboratory Technology Pinning and Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. on the Moorhead Campus. Nine individuals completed the Medical Laboratory Technology Program. The Medical Laboratory Technology curriculum is a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree program of study that prepares individuals to work in a medical laboratory. This program is designed to meet the standards and requirements for careers in clinical laboratory science. Upon successful completion of the technical program, students are eligible to take a national certification examination. The graduates are below grouped by county.

Bolivar County

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(l to r) Megan Little of Cleveland and Dallas Poynor Steelman of Cleveland


Humphreys County

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Taylor Potter of Belzoni


Leflore County

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Khambrya Cornell of Greenwood


Sunflower County

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(l to r) Kelvin Lewis of Moorhead and Annie Washington of Moorhead


Washington County

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(l to r) Jerririta Singh of Leland, Lakendra Hinton of Greenville and Jaleesa Lewis of Greenville


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Laboratories date back to the early 1900's, providing vital information to aid in the detecting, diagnosing, and prevention of disease. Laboratory tests impact over 70% of all medical decisions. There are approximately 300,000 medical laboratory professionals that perform and interpret more than 10 billion tests annually. Labradorians are key members of the health care team. As the demand for Medical Laboratory Technicians grows, the MLT program at MDCC continues to provide its students with quality education and training so they can enter into a field that is rich with opportunities.

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For more information about the Medical Laboratory Technology program, click here to visit their website.