|Phone:||(309) 692-4092 x2041|
Attn: Gail Piscaglia
411 W. Northmoor Road
Peoria, IL 61614
2017 Winter Term (November 13th, 2017–February 18th, 2018)
|AH150: Administrative Medical Assisting||AE||Moodlerooms||Arranged|
|HSM308: Principles in Healthcare Management||E||Moodlerooms||eLearning|
Number of classes: 2
I graduated from the University of Tennessee Health Service Center in August of 2016 with a Masters in Health Information and Informatics Management. I earned my Bachelor Degree in Health Services Management in 2007. I received an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Assisting from Midstate College in 2000. In 2001, I earned two diplomas majoring in Computer Software Specialist and in Medical Coding Specialist. I finished my Bachelor Degree in Health Services Management in 2007. I have been teaching Medical Assisting classes since 2006. I have certifications in Medical Assisting (CMA) and Medical Coding (CPC). I am a member of the AAMA,and the AAPC.
Masters, 2016Unversity of Tennessee
Health Care Informatics
BS, 2007Midstate College
Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Service Management
AS, 2000Midstate College
Associate Degree in Medical Assisting
Midstate College (2009–present)Instructor
Full-time instructor for Medical Office Procedure and Medical Terminology courses.
Proctor First Care (2005–2006)Certified Medial Assistant
Duties included rooming patients, vital signs, administering injections, assisting with procedures.
Midstate College (2004–2009)Allied Health Department Assistant/Instructor
Duties include typing, registering students, filing, assisting with CAAHEP documentation, data entry, keeping health records, department meeting minutes, externship outreach, and treasurer of the Midstate Medics, and teaching medical coding and insurance classes
Midstate College (2002–2004)Registrar
Duties include maintaining student records, overseeing the front office staff, collecting and entering student grades, preparing student transcripts, preparing various reports, and taking minutes during meetings.
Midstate College (2000–2002)Assistant Registrar
Duties include assisting students as needed, answering telephones, filing, registering students for classes, and data entry.
Mistate College (1998–2000)Receptionist
Duties include assisting students as needed, answering telephones, and filing
U of I College of Medicine (1993–1995)Front Office - Scheduling
Duties included answering a multi-line phone system, scheduling appointments for up to 12 physicians; filing; preparing patient charts; coding; checking patients in and out; updating patient information in the computer system and calling to remind patients of appointments.
Methodist Medical Center (1990–1993)Registrar
Duties included entering patient information into the computer, ordering lab tests, escorting patient’s to exam areas, assisting with children during blood draws, and off site and pre-registration of patients.
Awards and Certifications
Certified Professional Coder
Certified Medical Assistant