ADMISSION


LPN Program:

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) care for the sick, injured, convalescent, and disabled under the direction of physicians and registered nurses. Most licensed practical nurses in hospitals and nursing care facilities work a 40-hour week, but because patients need round-the-clock care,some work nights, weekends, and holidays. They often stand for long periods and help patients move in bed, stand, or walk.


CNA Program:

The need for dependable bedside nursing care is as prevalent as ever. Most bedside care in hospitals, home health, and long-term care facilities is provided by a nursing assistant, a valuable member of the nursing profession. Nursing Assistants perform routine tasks in thegeneral care of hospital, clinic, and nursing home patients. They work directly under the supervision of registered and practical nurses. Their role in performing basic patient care assists the licensed staff in providing quality nursing to the patient. The Nursing Assistant occupation is
one of a series of possible steps on a career ladder in the health care field.


A&P Prep Course:

A thorough introductory course on human form and function. This course presents a large,complex body of scientific knowledge in an easily understood, conversational writing style.Focusing on concepts rather than descriptions, the text uses a “big picture” theme of body function and also explains the body’s homeostatic regulation. For the first time, every new textbook includes a downloadable e-book, which is a fully searchable, electronic version of the
text plus learning resources from Anatomy & Physiology Online – with animations by body system, images, an electronic coloring book, interactive exercises, and more.


MA Program:

Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly.

Medical assistants update and file patients’ medical records, fill out insurance forms, and arrange for hospital admissions and laboratory services. They also perform tasks less specific to medical settings, such as answering telephones, greeting patients, handling correspondence, scheduling appointments, and handling billing and bookkeeping.