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Title: Rad Tech Clin Coor/Faculty
Master of Business Admin: Missouri Baptist University
Rachel serves Jefferson College as the Clinical Coordinator for the Radiologic Technology Program. She holds her Master`s of Business Degree from Missouri Baptist University. She obtained her Bachelor`s of Science from Drury University in Springfield Missouri, where she also completed her Associate`s Degree in Radiologic Technology. Rachel graduated from Rolla Technical Center`s Radiologic Technology Program in 1999, She has worked in her field for over 20 years in many modalities including general radiography, CT Scan, Mammography, Fluoroscopy and pain control, QA/QC and Teleradiology/PACS. She has completed multiple registries in her field and as served as a clinical instructor for other radiology programs. She is a member of the Missouri Society of Radiologic Technologists and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.
Title: AcadCoor ClinEd/Assoc Prof-PTA
Bachelor of Physical Therapy: Saint Louis University
Jan received her BS in Physical Therapy from Saint Louis University in 1981. During her 30 years as a clinician, she has worked in the rural healthcare setting with all patient types, ages, and in various settings to include hospital in-patient/acute rehab, outpatient orthopedics and industrial rehab, geriatric and pediatric home care, and skilled nursing facilities. She has taught stress and pain management as a childbirth educator for over 20 years, as well as trained and led experiential professional development courses to improve communication skills and enhance relationships. Through her professional, personal and community involvement, she has touched many families throughout the surrounding southeast Missouri counties as rehab therapist, Program Manager, educator, parent mentor and friend. Jan is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Missouri Physical Therapy Association, and the Missouri Community College Association.
Title: ProDir/AssocProf PT Ast Prgram
Master of Physical Therapy: Saint Louis University
Bridget received her DPT from the University of Montana. She completed both her BS in exercise science and her Master`s Degree in Physical Therapy from Saint Louis University. She has worked with patients in various settings to include outpatient orthopedics, home care, and nursing homes in both a treating and a consulting role. She has taught continuing education on the topics of physical agents, modalities, and exercise prescription to PTs, PTAs, OTs, and OTAs working in nursing homes to improve patient management. She completed her CEEAA certification as an exercise expert for the aging adult in May 2011. She is also adjunct faculty at Maryville University teaching a geriatrics course in their physical therapy program. She has also helped in the interprofessional education certificate program for health professions at St. Louis University. Bridget is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Missouri Physical Therapy Association (MPTA), and the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA). She has presented at the MPTA Annual Conference as well as the student sessions for the Eastern District of the MPTA.
Title: Adjunct Faculty
Master of Physical Therapy: Marquette University
Nancy received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics in 1998 and Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2000 from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. She also received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Montana in 2018. She is a licensed physical therapist in MO.
Title: Acad Success Ctrs Coord
Doctor of Education: Missouri Baptist University
Richard has been an instructor in higher education since 2008 and started at Jefferson College in 2012. He has earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science from St. Louis Community College, a Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Missouri St. Louis, a Masters of Arts in Teaching, and a Doctorate in Education from Missouri Baptist University. Richard is a Registered Respiratory Therapist and has worked in areas such as critical care, respiratory diagnostics, and home care. He is also a saxophone and clarinet player and has played with some of the best jazz musicians in St. Louis. Richard has taught martial arts, self-defense, and cardio-kickboxing. Additionally, Richard is certified to teach Basic Life Support for the American Heart Association.