Terry-Ann Hamilton a Medical Laboratory Scientist with seven (7) years working practices both in the public and private hospital/medical division.
She recently served as a Medical Scientist in the STAT laboratory for Blood bank, Hematology, Chemistry and Immunology of the public sector. She worked as a senior Medical Scientist and Microbiologist supervisor in the private sector. She also worked as a phlebotomist and an on call technologist for the emergency department in the private sector.
In the year 2017 she took on a new roll and started working as a laboratory instructor/facilitator in the educational sector with focus in Medical Microbiology and Hematology to the Nursing and Biology department at the University Of Southern Caribbean (USC) in Trinidad and Tobago.
She has presently become a part of the Turks and Caicos Islands Community College (TCICC) body, where she is employed as a lab Technician and parttime lecturer in the Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences.
She holds a BSc in Medical Technology and an Associate in Biology Science; and is currently pursuing an MSc in Public Health and Occupational safety and Health.
Apart from working, she enjoys diving, sign language and a respectable game of badminton.