The Medical Professions Education program is designed to introduce students to the opportunities and skills needed in the health care field and to assist in developing competent and skilled entry-level health care workers. The purpose of the Medical Professions Education program is to be a proactive leader in educating an appropriate healthcare workforce by introducing sophomore, junior, and senior high school students to opportunities for employment and skills needed in health care. Should students aspire to higher educational goals in the health care field, this program offers a solid foundation on which to build. The Medical Professions Education program provides a broad understanding and awareness of practical and clinical skills through our simulated hospital setting.
Students have the opportunity to obtain CPR/First Aid certification and Certified Nurses’ Assistant training.
Upon successful completion, students receive college credit for Medical Terminology and Introduction to Human Anatomy.
This program promotes leadership development, community involvement, and personal growth through SkillsUSA.
Courses of Study:
For more information contact the following:
Dr. Terry Johnson, Instructor of Medical Professions at (501) 602-2420 ext.3205 or e-mail [email protected]
MiMi McAfee, Instructor of Medical Professions at (501) 812-3202 or e-mail [email protected]