The Allied Health Program allows students to improve the well-being of others using professional medical equipment and techniques. During this program, students participate in clinical rotations assisting patients with daily activities such as hygiene, grooming, nutrition, and mobility.
As students grow through the program, they have the unique opportunity to practice advanced health care and diagnostic techniques in lab and clinical environments.
Students in this program will learn:
- Medical Terminology
- Medical Ethics
- Capillary and Venipunctures
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Teacher Contact Information
TEACHER: Karen Perry
TITLE: Allied Health Instructor
- Medical Records Assistant
- Patient Service Representative
- Lab Tech Assistant
- Physical Therapy Aid
Certification: Registered Phlebotomy Technician & AMCA Patient Care Technician Certification, American Heart Association First Aid & CPR for Healthcare Professionals
- Kent State
Credits from the course carry to these colleges.