Health Technologies

Health Technologies is an excellent program for students interested in a career in the high-demand area of healthcare and human services. Students train on campus in our nursing lab with the most up-to-date equipment available, including hospital beds and a full computer lab. Students continue their training in long-term care/rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, and acute-care hospitals. While at hospitals, students spend time in various departments and specialty units, enabling them to explore a wide variety of health careers.

Students are well-prepared for several certification exams, including the American Red Cross Nursing Assistant Exam. The curriculum includes related theory classes, including

  • Healthcare exploration
  • Healthcare foundations
  • Nurse Assistant
  • Medical Assistant
  • Electrocardiogram Technicain
  • Growth and development
  • Dean Vaughn medical terminology

Students from our program may graduate with the following certifications:

  • American Red Cross Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide
  • Department of Public Health paid feeder certification
  • Caring for People with Alzheimer's Disease: A Habilitation Training
  • American Heart Association CPR for the Healthcare Provider with Automated External Defibrillator
  • American Heart Association First Aid Certification
  • National Healthcareer Association Electrocardiogram Technician certification
  • National Healthcareer Association Certified Medical Administrative Assistant 
  • American Red Cross babysitting training
  • NIOSH Youth @ Work training

Kathleen Regan, LT

Mary Miller

Laura Ryder

Kathy Faddoul