First graduating class of Motlow Medical Laboratory Technicians to launch new careers in healthcare
Members of the first graduating class of one of Motlow State’s newest programs, Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT), were recognized in a recent pinning ceremony at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce. MLT students are awarded the A.A.S. degree and learn the theories, principles, and disease correlations behind clinical laboratory testing. Pictured, front row, l-r: graduates Peyton Cox, Kelly Martinez, and Keisha Daniel. Back row, l-r: Jacoba McMillen, Melody Edmonds, assistant vice president of academic affairs; Pat Hendrix, dean of nursing and allied health; Rachel Simmons, Sarah Pinkston, Dr. Kim-Sue Tudor, director of medical laboratory technology; and Rebecca Landmark. To learn more about the MLT program, visit Motlow’s website at www.mscc.edu/nursing/mlt/ or contact Dr. Tudor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-220-7912. Motlow Staff Photo.