New Medical Assisting Lab at Thomas Edison C.T.E. High School
Thomas Edison CTE High School hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Feb. 4 to celebrate their new medical assisting lab oxymetholone price that opened this fall. The lab is the culmination of efforts that started almost six years ago when Dr. Margaret Savitzky, a 2016 recipient of the Sloan Award for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics, established the first NYC DOE certified medical assisting program at the school. Graduates of the program have earned national certification as medical assistants, and most are continuing their post-graduate education in the healthcare field. “We are thrilled to be able to offer current and future students a space that will afford them current industry training, and we are incredibly grateful to Queens Borough President Melinda Katz who funded this facility,” said Principal Moses Ojeda, ALPAP Graduate Principal Cohort 2011-2012.