Amy Kinshella graduated from a Medical Assistant program in California, 1992, and has experience working in the field of Internal Medicine, Urology and Surgery. Amy is a Certified Medical Assistant through the American Association of Medical Assistants, a Registered Medical Assistant, with American Medical Technologists, and holds a Medical Assistant-Phlebotomist credential from the state of Washington. Amy also has experience and training as a laboratory assistant, and is an experienced Instructor for Medical Assisting and Phlebotomy.
(Goes by Michelle) She is a critical care nurse in the greater Seattle area. Michelle is currently preparing herself to apply for anesthesia school. As a nurse, she has experience in various setting such as acute care & the hospital setting, home health, short-term rehabs, outpatient clinics & procedural clinics. Aside from work and school, she spends her time bouldering & loves to be outside in the lush Washington outdoors. Quality time with family and friends is important! She loves teaching the new generation of health care workers and hopes to inspire and nurture curious minds within the medical field. “As you grow older, you will discover you have two hands. One is for helping yourself, the other is for helping others.” -Audrey Hepburn
Ethan is currently attending classes to pursue electrical engineering and pulls from a diverse pool of work experience. Following 4 years of customer service Ethan became a certified phlebotomy technician, a role he has thrived in for 4 years. He has worked in Care homes, Psychiatric facilities, Clinics, and Blood Donation sites giving him a wide breadth of knowledge in phlebotomy. He brings a collaborative mindset, enthusiasm for education, and a passion for patient care to the table.