Multi-Skilled Health Technologies

Multi-Skilled Health Technologies

Program Description
» Work alongside medical professionals during clinical rotations in hospital and acute-care facilities to enhance the quality of patients’ lives.
» Emphasis on medical/lab procedures, phlebotomy, medical terminology, anatomy, pharmacology, and infection control.
» Improve the well-being of others using professional medical equipment, technology, and techniques.
CAREER FOCUS: Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
Program Courses
» Principles of Allied Health
» Patient Centered Care
» Medical Terminology
» Nutrition and Wellness
» Health Science Capstone (Zanesville Campus Only)  
 
Certifications & Credentials
» 
CPR First Aid - 1pt
» NHA Certified Patient Care Technician (Zanesville Campus Only) - 12pts
» Ohio Department of Health - State Tested Nurse Assistant (STNA) - 12pts
 
College Credit Opportunities*
CCP - College Credit Plus
» SFSC 1100 Personal Wellness (Buffalo Campus Only) (3h)
» HLTH 1020 Radiation Protection to the General X-Ray Machine Operator (Zanesville Campus Only) (3h)
Hocking College - Articulation Agreement
» HLTH 1101 Medical Terminology (2h)
» DT 1102 Basic Nutrition (3h)
Zane State College - Articulation Agreement
» HLTH 1210 Medical Terminology (2h)
» HLTH 2210 Nutrition & Diet Therapy (3h)
CTAG - Statewide Articulation
» CTMT001 Medical Terminology (3)
*Note: Qualifications Apply  
 
Career Opportunities
Buffalo Instructor 
 
Instructor: Mrs. Tracy Brown
Teaching at Mid-East since: 2013
Credentials: Ohio University Zanesville RN
Hobbies/Interests: Spending time with family, enjoying outdoors, planting garden
Personal Information you want to share: Husband (Cory), 4 kids (Brody 8, Carcy 6, Savanna 4, Makenna 1) & 2 pets (dog-Hank cat- King George), Member at Bateshill Church of Christ 
 
Zanesville Instructor 
 
Instructor: Mrs. Stephanie Winsor
Teaching since: 2003
Teaching at Mid-East since: 2003
Credentials: Previously STNA, Previously: LPN, Current: Registered Nurse, Masters of Science in Nursing
Field Experience: In 1992 I began my career in health care as a State Tested Nurse's Aide in long term care setting, transitioned to acute care setting as a patient care technician, advancing to LPN then to RN
Other Roles at Mid-East: SkillsUSA Advisor 
Notable Awards/Accomplishments: 2011 Outstanding Educator by the Rotary Club of Zanesville
Hobbies/Interests: I enjoy reading, traveling, and trying out new foods and restaurants
Personal Information you want to share: Attending the Mid-East LPN program was the best decision I made academically. 
Family Graduates of Mid-East: Stephanie Winsor (LPN), Shawn Wagner, brother (Auto Body)
 
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