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story.lead_photo.caption RITA GREENE MCDONALD COUNTY PRESS Leaders of the new Certified Medical Assisting Program at the Crowder McDonald County and Webb City campuses which begins this fall, are, from left: Dr. Adam Morris, associate vice president, Office of Academic Affairs at the Crowder Neosho campus; Debbie Kennedy RN, MSN, Allied Health Programs Division chairwoman at the Neosho campus and founder of the program; and Aaron Divine, McDonald County campus director.

RITA GREENE MCDONALD COUNTY PRESS

Leaders of the new Certified Medical Assisting Program at the Crowder McDonald County and Webb City campuses which begins this fall. Left to right: Dr. Adam Morris, Associate Vice President, Office of Academic Affairs at the Crowder Neosho campus; Debbie Kennedy RN, MSN, Allied Health Programs Division Chair at the Neosho campus and founder of the Program; and Aaron Divine, McDonald County Campus Director.

RITA GREENE MCDONALD COUNTY PRESS Leaders of the new Certified Medical Assisting Program at the Crowder McDonald County and Webb City campuses which begins this fall, are, from left: Dr. Adam Morris, associate vice president, Office of Academic Affairs at the Crowder Neosho campus; Debbie Kennedy RN, MSN, Allied Health Programs Division chairwoman at the Neosho campus and founder of the program; and Aaron Divine, McDonald County campus director.

RITA GREENE MCDONALD COUNTY PRESS

Leaders of the new Certified Medical Assisting Program at the Crowder McDonald County and Webb City campuses which begins this fall, are, from left: Dr. Adam Morris, associate vice president, Office of Academic Affairs at the Crowder Neosho campus; Debbie Kennedy RN, MSN, Allied Health Programs Division chairwoman at the Neosho campus and founder of the program; and Aaron Divine, McDonald County campus director.

RITA GREENE MCDONALD COUNTY PRESS Leaders of the new Certified Medical Assisting Program at the Crowder McDonald County and Webb City campuses which begins this fall, are, from left: Dr. Adam Morris, associate vice president, Office of Academic Affairs at the Crowder Neosho campus; Debbie Kennedy RN, MSN, Allied Health Programs Division chairwoman at the Neosho campus and founder of the program; and Aaron Divine, McDonald County campus director.

Rita Greene

McDonald County Press

rgreene@nwadg.com

Community on 04/28/2016

Print Headline: Certified Medical Assisting Program Staff

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