Allied Health Science

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The Allied Health Program curriculum prepares you for a career in medicine by providing you with the information and skills you need. Clinical training for the program takes place both on and off campus, in clinical settings at local health care facilities.

You can look at options to enroll in a degree program and/or begin a career in healthcare.


Health Science & Technology: Develop comprehensive patient care abilities in the field of health science and technology. Understand infection control procedures, safety measures, and the significance of health information management. Discover numerous health-care occupations.

Allied Health Principles: Learn clinical skills required to assess, plan, give, and evaluate treatment to patients in a variety of health care settings. Use first aid concepts and procedures to respond to choking, CPR, and other life-threatening crises.

Patient Centered Care: Collect the patient's vital signs as part of patient-centered care. Perform patient care skills, focusing on infection control, universal precautions, and correct patient identification.

Patient-Centered Care and Diagnostics: Develop and carry out treatment regimens while also delivering primary nursing care. Pharmacology, phlebotomy, mental health nursing, and acute care nursing are among the topics covered. Develop patient health evaluations using diagnostic procedures.

ODH: State Tested Nurse Aide - STNA (12 points)

NHA: Certified Clinical Medical Assistant-CCMA (12 points)

CPR First Aid (1 point)


Immediate Employment

Home Health Aide • State Tested Nurse Assistant •

Certified Medical Assistant

With Additional Training & Education

Registered Nurse • Surgical Technician • Respiratory Therapist •

Dental Hygienist