The Phlebotomy program requires application submission for program admission.
Here is the Spring 2020 Phlebotomy application. This application is due to Vicki Bond by November 4th. Electronic applications will be accepted.
If you have any questions, please contact the program coordinator Vicki Bond at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-502-3324.
Don't know what you want to do, but it has to be in medicine? How about Allied Health?
Over the next several years, careers in the medical field are expected to grow at a very fast rate. A degree or certificate in Medical Services will provide you with a solid skill-set to become a vital part of a medical services team anywhere in the country.
Whether you want to work in a hospital, outpatient clinic or a doctor's office, ambulance service, the potential to obtain either a certification or degree is right here. You can work directly with patients assisting in their medical needs. Contact us and lets see how you can get started.
What will I study?
The field of medical services is expanding in Colorado faster than average and hospitals and healthcare clinics are beginning to hire more medical office staff to fulfill these foundation roles.
Allied Health degree students will take classes which will qualify them to complete the state EMT certification, Certified Nurses Aid certification and almost all of the Phlebotomy Certification program classes.
Students will become familiar with the health care system, medical terminology, interpersonal relationships, applying medical clinical skills and assisting patients in their healthcare.
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Example Classes I Might Take
Career OptionsGetting a degree in the Allied Health degree program allows you to perform job duties such as Ambulance EMT's, Hospital Nurses Aids and Laboratory Phlebotomist.
- Emergency Medical Technicians
- Certified Nurses Aid
- Emergency Room Technician
- Urgent care patient technicians