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Our staff includes some new faces and names and some you already know. Here is a brief peek into the new POHC's staff:
Belinda has resided along with her husband and their two children in Harford County for 20 years. Mrs. Lee education and health care experience began in 1990 working from Rehab to Intensive Care Units in local hospitals such as Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and Good Samaritan Hospital. She went on to pursue her Bachelors of Science at Notre Dame of Maryland University where she graduated with Honors; later returning to college to further pursue her education. Mrs. Lee obtained her family Nurse Practitioner while working Full time and raising a family.
She graduated with Honors from Simmons College with her Master of Science as a Family Nurse Practitioner and became board certified immediately upon graduation. Worked in Urgent Care while obtaining her DOT certification from the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners and opened Prompt Occupational Health Care on January 2, 2018.
Denise is the former bookkeeper of Professional Occupational Healthcare, she worked for Ken Fagan until 2016. Denise has over a decade of experience working with multiple local warehouses in the Harford and Cecil County areas, providing fast turn around times managing their workman compensation claims she also launched federally mandated random drug and alcohol program using Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration-compliant software in 2010.
Michelle Rinker, CMA, AAMA
Angela G. Marshall, NRCMA, NRCPT
Michelle is a certified medical assistant as well as a certified phlebotomist. She has 26 years of clinical experience that encompasses surgical, urgent care, occupational health and several speciality fields. She is proficient in drug screen collections, BAT’s, audiometry and spirometry, ECG’s, venipuncture and assisting provider with exams as needed. She is excited to return to her occupational roots and assist with your employee’s need.
I recently married my bestfriend of 10 years on October 28, 2018. My husband is a truck driver, car hauler. We have a daughter, whom turned 5 years old this past fall. I am engaged in multiple hobbies and interest outside of the medical world. I love to cook, bake, arts&crafts and I am also a nail technician. I love spending time with my family and Sunday gatherings have became a tradition for our family.
I am a certified medical assistant as well as a certified phlebotomist. I have 10 years of clinical and administrative experience that includes pain management, drug abuse, drug screening, primary care, venipuncture, injections, blood draws, outpatient surgical procedures, EKG, C-arm xray, vision exams, audiograms, glucose tests, pediatric care. All which includes supervisor roles, marketing roles, lead clinical roles and currently I am serving our veterans at VA in Perry Point hospital as Medical Lab technician/phlebotomist daily along with serving our employees at Prompt Occupational Health. This will be my first occupational health experience which so far I am loving every bit of it.
Hello friends. My name is Valerie Taylor. I am a wife and a mother of a beautiful two year old boy. I have been an x-ray tech for over 12 years. I graduated from Maryland General Hospital in 2006. Since then I have received my certification in MRI. I have to say that I am among the few who can truly say that I enjoy what I do for a living. I have always got along with my coworkers and I am a team player. I enjoy the challenges of being an x-tech, many do not know this but at times we have to be creative to get quality films for the doctors. I enjoy working with patients and their families and I look forward to working with you!!