Health Technology & Nursing
In the Health Technology & Nursing career pathway, you will benefit from real-world experience and hands-on training to graduate with confidence, feeling a step ahead in preparation for college or advancing directly to a career in the medical field.
Develop a professional work ethic, patient care skills, medical
terminology, and knowledge of the human body.
Benefit from strong partnerships with local healthcare professionals and college credit agreements
Receive mentorship opportunities during your senior year
Experience Work-Based Learning (WBL)
opportunities in career shadowing, internships, and job placement.
Participate in a 12-week phlebotomy program including 100 hours of externship in outreach labs and
be eligible for employment upon graduation.
Receive Training to work as a multi-skilled technician in the hospital setting.
Obtain the certification to work as a State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) in the field as you
pursue formal post-secondary education. Most college nursing programs require students to obtain
Areas of Study:
Working in long-term care, assisted
living, and hospital settings
Skin and wound care
Suture and staple removal
Advanced respiratory care
EKG - Telemetry
Personal care skills
Mobility and ambulation skills
Care of the surgical patient
Care of rehabilitation patient
Fees can be easily paid online, 24 hours a day. Learn more about paying class fees and adding to your student’s lunch account.
This program is participating in the Chromebook One to One Experience. An additional one-time fee to purchase a Chromebook will be waived if you are a returning student who has already participated in the Chromebook One to One Experience or if you are bringing your own technology. Learn more about the Chromebook One to One Experience.
To ask more questions about any program or to schedule a tour of our campus, contact Administrative Assistant to the Enrollment Coordinator, Mariellen Murray at (740) 201-3216 or MurrayM@DelawareAreaCC.org.