If you know you want a career in the medical profession the Health Careers program is the perfect place for you. From learning the basics of patient care to knowing how to use advanced medical and diagnostic equipment, you’ll get to work alongside and support medical professionals in a variety of health care settings while providing quality patient care. Upon completion of this program, you will be eligible to become a certified nursing assistant (CNA), a certified home health aide, a certified clinical medical assistant, a certified phlebotomy technician, and a medication administration technician (MAT).
The Health Careers program has three paths of study — Health Careers 1, 2 and 3. Upon completion of the level 1 program students will be eligible to become certified as a nurse aide, home health aide and medication administration technician. The level 2 program provides the requisite number of hours and training to become certified as a clinical medical assistant and/or phlebotomist. The level 3 program is a combination of the two other programs and it is an adult-only program.
In this career major you’ll master the skills that employers need in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living centers, hospice centers and home health agencies. In this hands-on program you’ll learn proper techniques to assistant patients of all ages as they perform basic daily tasks that range from hygiene and grooming to helping patients walk, assisting […]
This career major will give you the skills you need to be both a phlebotomist and a clinical medical assistant. The clinical medical assistant training will focus on the routine administrative and clinical tasks that keep the offices and clinics of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors and optometrists running smoothly. You’ll learn how to take medical histories […]
Health Careers 3 (Adult Only Program) This adult-only program combines the Health Careers 1 and Health Careers 2 career paths. You’ll learn the basics of direct patient care and how to assist patients in their daily living as well as the skills you’ll need to care for patients in hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices, assisted living […]