MURRAY — Lisa Bromley, RMA (AMT) lab assistant at Murray-Calloway County Hospital will be honored in July for several achievements. Lisa has worked at MCCH for 12 years.
Bromley has also been a phlebotomy instructor at West Kentucky Community & Technical College for 10 years and has been teaching new employees at MCCH for 12 years.
“I love teaching, I love students and the interaction with those eager to learn and do things right. I have a strong work ethic and belief in hard work,” Bromley said.
She has been a member of the Kentucky State Board of American Medical Technologists for 13 years and, most recently, has been elected vice president , where she will serve a two-year term. She has been selected to travel to Trinidad and Tobago in October, where she will be a guest speaker at the international conference. She is also on the American Medical Technologists national board of directors, representing 80,000 members serving a three-year term.
During the July conference, Bromley will be presented with the following two awards: Distinguished Achievement Award and the Gem Award for going the extra mile and serving as chair of student activities for three years.
“Teaching and learning is a big part of medical care and it is very important to have trained people. I love the hospital – its’ been a great place to work and we have such a good team that is able to nurture and watch new employees grow,” she said.