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Syreeta Threat Joins The Beaux Arts Institute

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““I’m delighted that Syreeta is going to be a part of the Beaux Arts Institute team,” says Dr. Nia Banks. “Syreeta brings a wealth of experience to her new role as medical assistant, including assisting in exams and minor procedures with some of the most prestigious professionals in the industry.””
Dr. Nia Banks of Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery is honored to have Ms. Threat join the team at their Lanham, MD location.

Dr. Nia Banks, owner and founder of Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery in Lanham, Maryland, is pleased to announce that Syreeta Threat is joining the Beaux team. Ms. Threat will be joining the Beaux Arts Institute at a Medical Assistant.

“I’m delighted that Syreeta is going to be a part of the Beaux Arts Institute team,” says Dr. Nia Banks. “Syreeta brings a wealth of experience to her new role as medical assistant, including assisting in exams and minor procedures with some of the most prestigious professionals in the industry.

“Her professionalism and knowledge are tantamount to our mission in delivering superior cosmetic and aesthetic treatments to the greater Baltimore and Washington, DC areas,” adds Dr. Banks.

Before joining the team at Beaux Arts Institute, Ms. Threat was a medical assistant to Willie C. Blair, a board-certified surgeon in Greenbelt. For over seven years, Ms. Threat assisted Dr. Blair with exams and minor procedures, performed accounts receivables, and verified insurance. Mrs. Threat also helped patients get approved for Medical Assistance, SSD, and the BCCDT program.

Ms. Threat earned her diploma from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, MD and earned her Certificate in Medical Assisting at the Tesst College of Technology in Alexandria, Virginia.

“I’m so thrilled to be joining Dr. Banks and the Beaux Arts Institute Team,” says Ms. Threat. “It’s my goal to bring first-class patient services to this esteemed institution, where I’m looking forward to many years to come.”

About Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery

The Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery is a preeminent plastic and reconstructive surgery practice serving the residents of Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. From plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures to skin rejuvenation, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nia Banks and her staff have established a comprehensive, patient-centered practice, offering a full spectrum of services. Visit www.drbanksplasticsurgery.com to learn more.

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Company Name: Beaux Arts Institute of Plastic Surgery
Contact Person: Dr. Nia Banks
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City: Lanham
State: MD
Country: United States
Website: http://www.drbanksplasticsurgery.com

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