MEET THE TEAM
Mr. Paul Mungiria, RN, BSN, CCRN.
Paul Mungiria, RN, BSN, CCRN, is the president of MedNoc Health Career Training Courses. He graduated from Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) in Oklahoma City with an Associates Degree in Applied Science of Nursing, and an Associate of Science Degree in Diversified Studies. He also graduated from South Western Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN). Mr. Mungiria was a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Oklahoma. He’s currently a Registered Nurse in Oklahoma and also a Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN). Mr. Mungiria is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses.
Before becoming a Registered Nurse, Mr. Mungiria held the following certifications: Certified Nurse Aide (CNA), Certified Medical Aide (CMA) and Home Health Aide (HHA). He worked in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Home Health. As a Registered Nurse, he worked briefly in a nursing home and left there to work in the Hospital as an ICU nurse. He has also worked in Long Term Acute Care (LTAC).
Mr. Mungiria believes in career growth and upward ladder. He believes that you can start slowly and advance to the highest height of your career pathway. This is why MedNoc LLC was formed, to help people of all backgrounds to learn and acquire qaulity and skillful training in healthcare courses.
Mrs. Ann Mungiria, BBM.
Ann Mungiria, BBM, is the Vice president of MedNoc Training College. Mrs. Mungiria earned her Bachelor of Science in Business from Mount Kenya University. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in MBA at Dallas Baptist University. Prior to working at MedNoc, Mrs. Mungiria worked in the HR department at the University for five years. She believes that adequate quality training is essential to prepare students to meet the challanges of their job requirements without feeling inadequate. She also believes that time management and planning is one of the key pillars to any success.
Mr. Andrew Seruyange, RN, BSN.
Mr. Andrew Seruyange, RN, BSN, is the Chief Examinations Officer. He’s in charge of all certification testing at Mednoc Health Career training Courses. Mr. Seruyange earned his first degree at the University of Makerere in Uganda. He later joined Langston University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Mr. Seruyange is a Registered Nurse, licensed to practice nursing in Oklahoma. Mr. Seruyange believes in fairness. His message to all testing candidates, ” Study, Prepare, Revise, practice, and practice until you become perfect. Learn how to manage anxiety, plan for your time, listen to instruction very carefully, and ask questions before the test begins. Relax and do your best.” Mr. Seruyange is married to his beautiful wife Ime and has one son.
Ms. Kimberly D. Bohanan
Ms. Kimberly D. Bohanan is the Director of Admissions and Registration. She is from Brooken Cove, OK but currently resides in Edmond, OK with her fiance Justin and their 3 amazing children. She has attended Connors State College and Northeastern State University, both in Oklahoma. Kim is a vibrant, positive minded person full of love and is always willing to help. She will go above and beyond to ensure that all MedNoc students have succeeded. Whether calling, emailing, social networking, or walking into our office, Kimberly will be there to guide you through the enrollment and in your educational process.
Ms. Jennifer Itote, LPN, Lead Instructor.
Miss Jennifer Itote is our Lead-Instructor. She is a Licensed Practical Nurse, and hold both Oklahoma and Texas LPN License. She graduated from Francis Tuttle Licensed Practical Nursing school. She has been in the health care field for for more than 20 years. Ms Jen has worked as a CNA, CMA, and LPN. Jen brings with her, a wealth of knowledge and experience to our students and a great attitude towards making sure that all of our students are successful. She has a very big heart and sense of humor, and more than anything else she is very passionate to ensure that her students, and will give 100% of to ensure that her students have succeeded. Jen has worked in Long-Term Care Facilities and Hospitals over a long period of time.
Dr. Bruce Henderson, PhamD
Dr. Henderson teaches our Pharmacy Technician program. He graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with Doctor of Pharmacy. Dr. Henderson is a licensed pharmacist in the state of Oklahoma. He has so many years of work experience as a licensed pharmacist. He has worked in hospital and retail pharmacy. He brings with knowledge and years of experience to our students.
Ms. Adriene Yeahquo, LPN.
Ms. Adriene Yeahquo teaches Phlebotomy Technician. She is a Licensed Practical Nurse; licensed to practice nursing in the State of Oklahoma. She graduated from Platt College Licensed Practical Nursing School. Before she become an LPN nurse, she was a CNA and CMA, and Medical Assistant. Se has worked her way up to become an LPN. Ms. Yeahquo has many years of nursing. She has worked in Long-Term, Skilled Units, Clinics and Hospitals. She brings years of experience in to her students every day she teaches them.
Miss. Sydney Gammill.
Ms. Sydney Gammill is our Office Assistant. Sydney is very sweet and very kind to our students. She will help you to answer any questions that you may have, help with application and enrollment process as well as booking your state and national certifications exams.
Lawanda McCleskey, LPN.
Mrs. McCleskey teaches our Certified Medication Aide (CMA), MAT, and CMA-Update.
Felicia Lucas, LPN.
Ms. Lucas is our Certified Nurse Aide instructor (CNA)
Mr. Jacob Muriithi, RN, ADN.
Mr. Jacob Muriithi, RN, ADN is our Examiner. As a test observer he brings with him knowledge and skills that he’s earned over the years. Mr. Muriithi graduated from LPN school at Francis Tuttle and then went to earn his Associate degree in Nursing from Oklahoma City Community College. He holds RN license in the state of Oklahoma. Before he became a Registered Nurse, Mr. Muriithi was a CNA, HHA, and LPN. He’s worked in Long-Term (Nursing Home) Home Health and Hospital.
His advice to all the testing candidates is that be thoroughly prepared, study hard, attend your classes, labs and clinical. Engage with your teachers to ensure that you are well prepared before you take your state or national exam. Rest enough before the night before your test date, and most importantly be confident, and believe in yourself.
Mrs. Sylvia Yego, RN, BSN.
Mrs. Yego is our Test Observer.