Adult Healthcare (Certified Nurse Aide, Certified Medication Aide, Certified Medication Aide Update)
The Adult Healthcare program offerings include Certified Nurse Aide, Certified Medication Aide, Certified Medication Aide Update.
Certified Dietary Managers (CDM, CFPP) specialize in providing optimum nutrition care through foodservice management in hospitals, long-term care, schools, correctional facilities and other non-commercial foodservice settings.
Emergency Medical Services Education
The Emergency Medical Services Program offers coursework at all levels of pre-hospital emergency care. The program is designed to provide the necessary training to prepare you for the National Registry Exam for all levels of certification in the State of Kansas.
Medical Administrative Technology
The Medical Administrative Technology Program will prepare students for a career as a medical administrative specialist assisting in the day-to-day management of an office.
The medical assistant is a professional, multi-skilled individual trained to assist physicians, work in a medical clinic and some areas of the hospital or laboratory.
Individuals trained in medical coding are skilled in classifying medical data from patient records in various health care settings such as physician offices, clinics, long term area and behavioral health facilities, and hospitals.
Medical Laboratory Technology
A medical laboratory technician performs a wide range of laboratory tests including microscopic examination of blood, identification of bacteria and viruses and other laboratory testing that can lead to the diagnosis of diseases such as AIDS, diabetes, and cancer.
A career in nursing provides a wide variety of job opportunities. Nurses practice in many settings (hospitals, long term care facilities, community agencies, clinics, schools) and care for all age groups.
Pharmacy technicians assist licensed pharmacists in providing medication and other healthcare products to patients.
A phlebotomist collects blood specimens for laboratory analysis. Proper collection and handling of specimens is the critical first step toward providing Physicians with information that can aid in diagnosis and treatment.