Noirjean, Margaret


Margaret Noirjean

Margaret Noirjean began teaching at DCTC in 2002. She instructs courses for medical assistant, nursing, and biomedical students in anatomy and physiology, clinical procedures, administrative procedures, and pharmacology.

A licensed registered nurse, Margaret has a bachelor's degree in nursing from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York. CPR Certified, she has completed the Teacher Education Series and has a Public Health Nurse Certificate.

Her extensive industry experience includes jobs as:

  • clinical services manager, Allina Medical Clinics, Parkview Ob/Gyn
  • health educator, CommonHealth Clinic & Home Care
  • director special care areas, Humana Hospital, St. Luke's
  • head nurse, A Coronary Care Unit, University of Virginia Hospital
  • staff telemetry nurse, Huntington Hospital

The winner of several Golden Apple Awards, Margaret has also earned a CAFÉ Award, a Star Award for Excellence, a Teacher of the Year nomination and the college’s Board of Trustees Excellence in Teaching Outstanding Educator award for 2015.

Regarding her teaching philosophy, she strives to "teach in a manner for students to succeed while demonstrating qualities of professionalism and participating in community service learning projects."

The best part of her job as a DCTC instructor is working and interacting with people on campus.

Her hobbies and interests include needlework, gardening, skiing, hiking, walking, and spending time with family and friends.

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Margaret Noirjean
Medical Assistant Instructor