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AHDI Announces Educator of the Year

Susan Dooley, professor of medical transcription at Seminole State College of Florida, has received a national award from the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI).

On Aug. 9, Dooley received the association’s Educator of the Year Award. She is the only person to win the award twice. It was previously awarded to her in 1996.

This year’s award recognized Dooley for her “extremely innovative” efforts to promote and advance the healthcare documentation profession’s education goals, including her mentoring of new educators and new healthcare documentation programs throughout the country.

Seminole State College’s Center for Health Professions, based at the college’s Altamonte Springs Campus, offers programs for Nursing, Health Information Management, Medical Transcription, Physical Therapist Assistant, Respiratory Therapist and Pharmacy Technology and Management. For more information about the Center for Health Professions, visit http://www.seminolestate.edu/healthcare/, or call 407.404.6004.

Source: Seminole State College of Florida