Help others heal or stay physically healthy and strong in a variety of ways.
Prepares the students, as a member of the dental health team, to assist the dentist in all phases of dentistry. The program includes general and specialty dentistry, chairside procedures, radiology, and laboratory and business office assisting.
Prepares graduates for positions in general and specialty dental offices, hospitals, schools, public health agencies and industrial agencies.
Ensuring food quality and safety standards are maintained, hiring and managing staff, and maintaining reports on income and expenditures, food, supplies, inventory levels, and equipment.
Garner skills needed to provide lifesaving and urgent care in pre-hospital settings, emergency departments, critical care units, and cardiac catheter labs. Options for advanced study in public administration, fire science, or clinical knowledge available.
Pursue a career in the fitness, exercise or related health fields. Graduates from the program may also be able to find entry-level positions at fitness clubs, parks and recreation departments, YMCA/YWCAs, private health clubs, schools, hospitals, or specialized fitness centers.
Develop the unique skill set necessary to secure and maintain accuracy of sensitive health records and other important data in an ever-growing and complex field.
Perform routine administrative, clinical, and laboratory tasks to keep the physician’s office running smoothly.
Prepares the student to perform complex laboratory procedures with a limited amount of supervision.
Learn all aspects of medial office administration -- front office, transcription, insurance, billing and coding, and patient management -- and gain the skills needed to enter a field growing faster than others.
Gain knowledge and skills needed to care for patients/residents in a variety of long-term care facilities or direct care settings.
There are several levels of credentialing in nursing, but the majority of the workforce today consists of RNs. DMACC currently offers an ADN nursing program for RN licensure and a PN program.
Draw blood from patients for diagnostic medical tests, prepare blood samples for analysis. Most phlebotomists are employed in hospitals.
Treat persons with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other injuries and illnesses that affect the ability to breathe properly.
Prepare students to be employed in a hospital or surgery center. As a skilled health professional, the surgical technologist is able to circulate with a Registered Nurse and scrub independently for a variety of specialties and procedures.
Combine your love of animals with a career by
becoming a veterinary technician prepared to assist a vet and care for a
variety of animals.
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