Ophthalmology Technician Program
72 WEEK DEGREE PROGRAM
The Ophthalmic Technician Program prepares the student to assist Ophthalmologists and other Eye Health providers in detecting, diagnosing, treating and proper follow up on the patient’s eye care.
The student will become well acquainted with the development and structures of the human eye, the way it functions, internally and externally, and will get familiar with the different ophthalmic diseases regarding etiology, signs and symptoms, and treatment.
There is a strong emphasis of the properties of light and geometric optics, including refraction and reflection, comprehending the principles of vision.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Administration
156 WEEK DEGREE PROGRAM
This program is designed to prepare students seeking employment in medical management and administrative levels of the healthcare industry.
Students will receive instruction to gain mastery over the principles, methods, and procedures of management in a diverse medical industry, and will gain a broad understanding and appreciation for other elements of the management perspective such as finance, communications, economics, accounting, employee and patient law standards.
Students who complete this program will understand the policies and procedures of organizational development, monitoring financial capital, employees’ performance, and exercise modern leadership dynamics that can provide the current healthcare employer-employee relationship a pleasant, reward and successful experience.
Graduates of this program can expect to be hired in entry-level management positions, such as: medical office managers, supervisors, unit managers, department leads, etc.
Associate of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology
78 WEEK DEGREE PROGRAM
An Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology prepares individuals for a career in the health care industry as Medical Laboratory Technicians.
These laboratory professionals assist in the coordination of clinical laboratory activities, including timely and cost effective testing of patient samples and lab equipment maintenance.
Students will also learn the integration of lab regulations and compliance, as well as the incorporation of quality management systems in the clinical laboratory.
Graduates of this program can expect to be hired at hospitals, long-term care facilities, public health agencies, outpatient facilities, doctor’s office, private clinical laboratories and many other employment settings related to the medical laboratory field.
Associate of Applied Science in Health Administration
60 WEEK DEGREE PROGRAM
This program is designed to prepare students for careers in health administration.
Students will understand the principles and practice of health care regarding administration, management, law, economics, and policy.
Students will gain knowledge in health record maintenance, medical insurance processes, and healthcare classification systems.
Students will also learn management principles towards team building, collaborative decision making, and financial skills.
Associate of Applied Science in Medical Coding and Billing Systems
60 WEEK DEGREE PROGRAM
An Associates in Applied Science degree in Medical Coding and Billing Systems prepares individuals for a career in the health care industry as coding and billing specialists.
These administrative professionals prepare and submit paperwork necessary for insurance and billing purpose.
Students will learn computer application skills, interpersonal coding and billing procedures. Graduates of this program can expect to be hired at insurance companies, hospitals, long term care facilities, public health agencies, outpatient facilities, doctor’s offices, and many other employment settings related to the health care administration field.
Medical Assistant/Laboratory Assistant
Associate of Applied Sciences in Medical Assisting
36 WEEK CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The Medical Assistant/Laboratory Assistant program is designed to assist students in gaining the necessary skills to be competent in data processing operations, records management, medical billing, medical coding, and certain non-invasive clinical procedures necessary to work in today’s medical environment as a medical assistant. Program graduates will develop the knowledge and skills in the areas of medical administrative duties (recording vital signs, medical histories, arranging for hospital admission and laboratory services, purchasing supplies, billing, and bookkeeping), certain clinical duties such as preparation of laboratory specimens, disposing of contaminated specimens, sterilizing medical instruments, preparing patients for examination; delivering patient instruction, authorizing drug refills as directed, telephoning prescriptions to the pharmacy. Additionally, successful graduates will be proficient in customer services skills, business correspondence, and computer skills. Program graduates will be eligible to become a medical assistant, medical coding specialist, or a medical assistant in a doctor’s office or dental office; or a public or private health care facility; or in a clinical laboratory.
48 WEEK AAS DEGREE PROGRAM
The Associate of Applied Sciences in Medical Assisting (AASMA) was designed to meet the demands of a continuously evolving healthcare market. By intensifying and expanding the training the AASMA Graduate will be competent not only as a Medical Assistant, but also in the areas of Phlebotomy, Electrocardiography, and advanced Patient Care. The medical assistant Program also provides the necessary skills to be competent in administrative and clinical operations, medical coding and billing, as well as in clinical and medical laboratory skills. By incorporating components of liberal arts and sciences, the student will re-enforce written and verbal communication skills, as well as develop critical thinking skills that are essential in a high-intensity work environment, and develop a humanistic healthcare professional.