Here’s How Medical Office Administration Students Can Continue to Sharpen Their Skills

April 20, 2018 | PIHT

Looking for worthwhile ways to boost your abilities while you’re in our Medical Office Administration program or after you’ve graduated? PIHT’s got a number of key points to remember. Utilize Social Media to Your Advantage in Healthcare Social media is a great way to get helpful information quickly and for free! Since you’re probably already on sites like Facebook, Twitter,...

Employee Highlight-Roxanne Seaton

February 22, 2017 | PIHT

PIHT students are required to take just a few general education courses in their curriculum. These important classes are needed to be well rounded. That is where General Education and Computer Instructor, Roxanne Seaton comes in. Roxanne is currently working on her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction at WVU.. She started completing her Bachelors in Science Education. Then moved on...

Medical Assisting Graduate Highlight – Morgan Smith

August 19, 2015 | PIHT

Morgan Smith is a recent graduate of our Medical Assisting program at Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology. When asked why she attended PIHT, Morgan said she could sense that it was a great place to get an education. She got to learn a lot and do what she loves. Her advice to new students coming into PIHT is, “Just...

Practical Nursing Faculty Highlight – Jennifer Prinkey

July 20, 2015 | PIHT

Jennifer Prinkey is the newest edition to Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology’s Nursing Faculty. She is a full time nursing instructor who teaches Nutrition, Pharmacology Labs, and Med/Surg Labs. When asked why she chose to work at PIHT, she said, “I chose to work at PIHT to give back. After high school, I attended this campus for the Medical...

Medical Assisting Student Highlight – Morgan Galipeau

June 3, 2015 | PIHT

Morgan Galipeau is a currently a Medical Assisting student at Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology. She chose to attend PIHT to get a foot in the door to the healthcare environment. She decided Medical Assisting would be a good fit for her because she always knew she wanted to be part of the healthcare environment. Her favorite part of...

Student Event Club – Marquis House

May 29, 2015 | PIHT

Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology is passionate about getting involved in and giving back to the community that has given so much to us. For this reason, the Student Event Club has set up summer activities with the Marquis House in Mt. Braddock, PA. From May to August 2015, club members will be making several visits each month to...

Staff Highlight – Kathy Smitley

May 13, 2015 | PIHT

Kathy Smitley is currently the Front Desk Office Manager here at Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology. Kathy’s favorite part of working at PIHT is meeting all the girls in the office and meeting all the new students.  “I really enjoy learning all their names and hearing their stories” says Kathy.  “I have also enjoyed learning all the new programs....

Graduate Highlight – Brittany Stillwagon

April 30, 2015 | PIHT

When asked why she chose Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology, Brittany Stillwagon said it was because she wanted to better herself and her future. From the beginning, Brittany felt welcome by the PIHT faculty and staff. She loved the smaller classes because they allowed more one-on-one time with her instructors. Brittany knew she wanted to be a Medical Assistant...

Student Highlight – Kimberly Sapp

April 6, 2015 | PIHT

When asked why she chose Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology, Kimberly said “when I visited the school it didn’t make me feel like I was in a box, so to speak. It had windows and was bright, unlike some of the other schools where I am pretty sure they outlawed windows.”   For Kimberly, PIHT has the exact program...

Student Event Club

March 26, 2015 | PIHT

 The Student Event Club at Pennsylvania Institute of Health and Technology is made up of 19 active members. As a group, they have decided to support Autism Awareness by hosting multiple fundraisers at the school. In order to raise awareness, school events being held throughout March and April will benefit the Autism Awareness cause. So far, scheduled events include a...