Medical Occupation Technology-5380
Grade Placement: 9, 10, 11, 12
Students in the Health Occupations program explore a variety of health professions to develop an awareness of job opportunities in the field. Students develop skills needed to perform effectively in entry-level positions and receive a good foundation for continued study. Students in the Health occupations program learn patient care, first aid and laboratory skill. Special emphasis is placed on basic clinical procedures, infection control, standard precautions and communication skills as it relates to health care providers. Students are also given instruction in the sciences related to this field including medical terminology anatomy, pharmacology, and laboratory techniques
· Nursing Assistant Registry
· Heartsaver CPR
· Health Care Provider CPR
· First Aid
· Pediatric First Aid
· Assistant Living Care
6 college credits you can earn in High School
· AH 140 reviews the evolution and current status of health care delivery and introduces the student to the concepts of human growth and development, safety in the workplace, communication skills, aspects of management, securing employment and strategies for becoming a successful employee.
· BIO-105- Medical Terminology is a course in medical terminology, disease and diagnostic procedure terminology, abbreviations and symbols.
PDE cip code 51.0899
Taught by Cynthia Meas, RN & Brenda Scheidler, RN