The health technologies program provides students with classroom and "hands-on" training in many aspects of allied health. Students learn proper safety procedures, how to assess patient conditions and how to work as part of a team to promote the health of the patients. A significant portion of the learning occurs in clinical settings and at YSU.
Two-year Program at MCCTC, two years in college
What you’ll learn:
Capillary and venipunctures
Interpersonal and professional communications
What jobs are available to graduates?
Emergency Medical Technician – Basic
Emergency Department Technician
Patient Care Technician
Employers of students from this program:
St. Joseph Health Center
St. Elizabeth Health Center
Rural/Metro Ambulance Co.
College and related education:
Hospital-based or college degree programs in fields of clinical laboratory technology, emergency medical services, nursing, respiratory care, physical or occupational therapy, exercise science and other health professions.