Medical Technology

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Medical Technology I introduces the student to careers available in the health field, basic anatomy and physiology, and basic patient care skills. The emphasis of the second year, Medical Technology II program is primarily to expose students to advanced skills in the various health occupations. Each student is required by state guidelines to complete 50 hours of clinical activities during the course of study. These activities consist of rotations through the hospital, nursing homes, local schools, and clinics. Each student is required to purchase and wear the approved clinical uniform which consists of purple scrubs, a white lab coat, tennis shoes, name badge, and a watch.

HEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL PROFESSIONS I, II, AND III

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY I

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY II

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY III

Units: Units: Students who qualify for the Med Tech III course participate in:
Overview, Safety and Communication Overview/Safety Dual Credit Courses at EMCC
Career Awareness and Exploration Medical Laboratory Careers ACT Preparation
Medical, Legal, and Ethical Responsibilities Medical Imaging Careers CNA (Certified Nurse Assistant) Program
Standard Precautions Animal Health Care
CPR/First Aid Dietetics
Medical Terminology Growth and Development
Organization of the Body Cardiopulmonary
Integumentary System Funeral Services
Musculoskeletal System Rehabilitative Health
Circulatory System Opticianry, Audio, and Speech Pathology
Respiratory System Direct Health Care
Digestive System Pharmacology
Urinary System Emergency Health Care
Nervous System Mental Health Care
Reproductive System Infection control
Endocrine System Dental Health
Public and Environmental Health Care
Health care Administration
Employability

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