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Do you see yourself employed in the health care industry?



Allied Health I offers the opportunity to:
• learn patient care skills such as vital signs, CPR, and first aid.
• participate in a field experience at a health care work site.
• earn academic and college credit.

Medical CareersThe purpose of the Allied Health I program is to introduce students to the knowledge and skills required for employment within the diverse health care field ranging from nursing skills, skills used by physical therapists, and those used in the hospital laboratory. Students will study a curriculum consisting of basic skills common to many of the health occupations such as patient and worker safety, communication skills, medical terminology, and basic  patient care skills such as vital signs and patient  transferring, CPR and First Aid. Employability skills are also included. During the second semester students will have a work experience at a health-care related work site. Students work one-on-one with a mentor putting their newly acquired skills to use.

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Allied Health II offers the opportunity to:

• learn anatomy and physiology.

• participate in on-going work-based learning.
• earn CNA certification, academic, and college credit.

Allied Health II is designed for second-year Allied Health students. Coursework will include anatomy and physiology, health maintenance, safety, CPR recertification, and advanced patient care skills. Work-based learning may provide opportunities for work experience at local health care facilities or nurse assisting certification.

 

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