Students will experience traditional and non-traditional healthcare settings, exposing them to multiple healthcare career opportunities. Related health occupations included: physician, nurse, dietary assitant, radiology technician, occupational and physical therapist, medical laboratory assistant, pharmacy technician, veterinary assistant and more.
Students who successfully complete the nursing assistant course are eligible to take the state test to become a certified nursing assistant and may be able to receive college credit at various institutions.
Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills in:
- Medical Ethics
- Medical Terminology
- Medical Supplies and equipment
- Emergency Procedures
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Body Systems
- Occupational safety
- Health Career Opportunities
Instructor: Kathleen Moore, RN, Room: 814
Phone: 906-635-3839 x5918