Program Mission Statement
The mission of Yavapai College Allied Health is to provide quality education that will develop competent, caring, holistic and ethical practitioners who value lifelong learning and adapt to continuous changes in the health care system.
Interested in a career in Allied Health? Attend a free workshop on the Prescott Campus - no registration required!
AzAHEC strives to attract under-represented ethnic and racial students into the health professions. Additionally, the organization focuses its attention on supporting the state's health professionals with continuing training and career enhancements.
In order to post completion of a certificate program on a college transcript, students must complete an application for graduation. Students should apply at the beginning of their final semester. Contact Academic Advising at (928) 776-2106 for details.
A medical record is created for every patient in an outpatient or inpatient setting. HIM professionals work for organizations that use and manage health information. HIM professionals also accurately code diagnoses and procedures for reimbursement and statistical purposes.
Coming Soon! Description of the Health Information Technology AAS degree program.
Click here for a description of the Medical Records Technician Certificate.
A medical assistant leads patients examining rooms, takes their medical history, temperature, blood pressure, height, weight, and prepares them for the doctor’s examination.
Click here for a description of the Medical Assistant Certificate.
Nurse assistants provide basic patient care under direction of nursing staff, and perform duties, such as feed, bathe, dress, groom, or move patients, or change linens.
Click here for details of Nurse Assistant Training.
Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists in preparing and providing medication and other health products to consumers or patients. They receive written requests, refill requests, and verify patient information, among other various tasks.
Click here for details of the Pharmacy Technician Certificate.
Phlebotomy is the act of drawing blood either for testing or transfusion. It is a skill employed by physicians and many professionals in allied health fields, including nurses, medical assistants, paramedics, cardiac physiologists (UK) and clinical laboratory scientists.
Click here for details of the Phlebotomy Certificate Program.
Radiologic technologists take X-rays and CAT scans or administer nonradioactive materials into patient's blood stream for diagnostic purposes.
Click here for the Radiology home page which describes the career in more detail.
Accepting Nursing Assistant Applications for Summer 2013 beginning April 8, 2013.
Accepting Nursing Assistant Applications for Fall 2013 beginning April 8, 2013.
Accepting Allied Health Internship applications (Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy and Medical Coding) for Fall 2013 beginning April 8, 2013.
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