Articles tagged with "allied health"
High schoolers shadow nurses, earn certifications
Often just-graduated students have a great education but little practical application in their field. A College of the Mainland program is helping change that by helping students interested in health care get real-world experience while in high school.
CPR classes for layperson, health care professional
Learn a life-saving skill at upcoming CPR classes at College of the Mainland. COM offers the American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED Class for the general public and the American Heart Association Health Care Provider CPR Class.
Enroll in health care courses to fast-track to workforce
As the U.S. population ages and technology advances, health care is increasingly a solid career choice with good salaries and career opportunities. Enter the workforce in often less than a year with a COM certificate program.
CPR courses to train professionals
Learn a life-saving skill with College of the Mainland CPR courses for health care providers and other professionals.
DHS students graduate with diplomas and job offers
This year 21 Dickinson High School students graduate not only with diplomas but with in-demand job skills and, in some cases, job offers.
Certified Nurse Aide Program enrolling
Train for a new career in less than eight weeks with COM’s Certified Nurse Aide Program.
Enter rapidly growing field with COM pharmacy technician program
They dispense medicine, advice and compassion. Forming an integral part of the health care system, pharmacy technicians provide expertise and skill, working under licensed pharmacists.
COM ECG students pass national exam
Several students are now ready to begin their careers in medicine.
Medical Assistant Program offers fast track to career
Prospective students looking to jump start a career in medicine are encouraged to apply for College of the Mainland's (COM) one-year Medical Assistant program.
High school students graduate with CNA license
Taking each other’s blood pressure and shaving balloons lathered with cream may seem like fun, but for high school students in this class at College of the Mainland, it is part of their assessment.
COM phlebotomy class achieves 100 percent pass rate
Learning to draw blood can be intimidating, admits College of the Mainland phlebotomy graduate Lori DeNileon, especially when, after learning on a dummy, students begin to practice on each other.