Are you looking for a job in health care? Become a clinical nursing assistant, medical assistant, phlebotomist or start the pre-nursing option to enter the nursing degree program.
Degrees and Certificates in Allied Health
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Following graduation, Allied Health students work in various clinical health roles as certified nursing assistants (CNA), respiratory therapists, dental hygienists, and clinical medical assistants. They also work in non-clinical support services such as health information coding and billing.
The teachers help you walk step-by-step through the program. Even if you're not sure what you want to do with Allied Health, it's a good program to do because you can get your foot in the door.Erin Elner, Allied Health Graduate
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PhlebotomyThe Phlebotomy program provides education and skills training for students who are interested in pursuing a career as a Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT-1).