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Health Services

 

The Health Services pathway contains areas such as Medical Office Management, Nursing, Paramedicine, and Pre-Health.  These areas all contribute to making differences in people's lives and providing critical services. 

 

Nursing

The nursing program is designed to prepare students for entry level nursing positions. The Pre-Health careers program is designed to prepare students for application to the CCC nursing program and/or to seek employment in a variety of health care professions.

 

Possible Careers:

Registered Nurses: US $81,220
Nursing Assistants:   US $35,760
Home Health Aides:   US $30,180
Orderlies: US $34,520

EMT & Paramedic

Designed to prepare students to enter the paramedic profession by providing them with the knowledge and skills which can be used to enter the paramedic field.

 

Possible Careers:

Emergency Medical Technician:   US $36,680
Paramedics:   US $49,090

Medical Office

Prepares students for the varied and expanded responsibilities involved in working within medical offices today.  Students will receive training in numerous areas including administrative, clinical and management aspects, which will give them an understanding of the workings within today‚Äôs medical businesses.
 

Possible Careers:

Administrative Services Manager:   US $103,330
Medical Assistants:   US $38,270

Assisted Living Facility Caregiver

The certified caregiver certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry level healthcare positions in assisted living facilities.

 

Transfer Degrees

Intended for students who plan to transfer to a baccalaureate program. These degrees provide a foundation of general education, along with courses chosen to help fulfill lower-division baccalaureate requirements. Students should work with a transfer advisor to ensure all course requirements are met before transferring.

 

 


AA degrees and certificates emphasize in humanities/social sciences, including a foreign language. AS degrees and certificates emphasize in math/science. AAS degrees and certificates are intended prepare students for employment

National median salaries are obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

 

Pathway Faculty & Staff

 

Health Services Faculty

James Clark

Medical Assisting Faculty

P: 928-526-7668
Office: Fourth Street
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Katherine Costa

Director of Nursing & Allied Health

P: 928-526-7665
Office: Fourth Street
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Jennifer Kotalik

Nursing Assistant Faculty

P: 928-526-7643
Office: Fourth Street
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Dave Manning

Emergency Medical Services Program Coordinator/Instructor

P: 928-526-7680
Office: Fourth Street
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Sherri Rudd

Nursing Faculty

P: 928-526-7641
Office: Fourth Street
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Cecilia Weining

Nursing Faculty

P: 928-526-7660
Office: Fourth Street
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