Allied Health Science
The Allied Health Science Program provides you with the knowledge and skills
necessary for entry into the medical field. Clinical training for the program occurs
On-campus and off-site clinical settings, at local health care facilities. You can
pursue opportunities to enter a college program and/or start a healthcare career.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Health Science & Technology: Develop comprehensive patient care skills.
Understand infection control practices, safety protocols, and the
importance of managing health information. Explore various health careers.
Principles of Allied Health: Learn clinical skills necessary to assess,
plan, provide, and evaluate care to patients in varied healthcare settings.
Apply first aid principles and techniques needed in response to choking,
cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and other life-threatening emergencies.
Patient-Centered Care: Collect patient’s vital signs. Perform patient care
skills with emphasis on infection prevention, universal precautions, and
proper patient identification.
Patient-Centered Care and Diagnostics: Create and implement treatment
plans while providing primary nursing care. Topics include pharmacology,
phlebotomy, mental health nursing and acute care nursing. Use diagnostic
techniques to develop patient health assessments.
WHAT YOU CAN EARN
CTAG College Credit: 3 semester hours
ODH: State Tested Nurse Aide - STNA (12 points)
NHA: Certified Clinical Medical Assistant-CCMA (12 points)
CPR First Aid (1 point)
OSHA 10 (1 point)
Home Health Aide • State Tested Nurse Assistant •
Certified Medical Assistant
With Additional Training & Education
Registered Nurse • Surgical Technician • Respiratory Therapist •