SATELLITE PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES ARE DENOTED WITH AN *
- Allied Health & Nursing
- Biomedical Sciences*
- Allied Health & Nursing*
- Health Technology*
- Health Information Management Technology*
- Sports Studies*
- Family and Consumer Science*
Program qualifications: 2.0 GPA and junior status, completed Algebra 1 and Biology with a C or better and has good attendance.
Find success in the healthcare field. Students enrolled in the Allied Health and Nursing program will learn patient-centered care, medical terminology, phlebotomy, First aid, and CPR. Students may also participate in clinical experiences with State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) training.
By graduation, students may have earned their STNA to be able to work in the healthcare field while pursuing further education.
With the opportunities available to earn certifications and college credit, students have a jumpstart on their future. Students will take Anatomy and Physiology, using the College Credit Plus Curriculum, Chemistry and 4th year of college math while at Ohio Hi-Point. Students in this program take part in the Ohio Hi-Point HOSA Chapter.
Courses (must complete 4 courses for program completion)
|Principles of Allied Health|
|Patient Centered Care|
|Health Science Technology|
- STNA (state tested nursing assistant)
- First Aid CPR
12 credit hours at CSCC, Rhodes State and Columbus State
What would I do in this pathway?
- Understand health science
- Complete a clinical rotation
- EKG observation, assessment and reporting
- Surgical patient techniques
- Medical ethics, law and terminology
- Explore health records and coding
- Perform and interpret clinical laboratory techniques
What can I do after I graduate
- Medical assistant
- Home health aide
- State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA)
What can I do with further training
- Physical or Occupational therapy
- Massage therapist
- Sports medicine