School of Nursing and Midwifery
Nursing, Generic. Designed for students with
no previous nursing background. Full-time
in five semesters. Part-time program in nine semesters.
Nursing, Bridge . Designed for Licensed Practical Nurses
(LPNs) and other licensed
certified health care professionals to become RNs.
One-year full-time or a two-year
Nursing, Accelerated. A one-year,
three-semester comprehensive nursing program designed
individuals holding baccalaureate or higher degrees from
Midwifery. Direct entry opportunity for individuals
to become licensed midwives, independently
family-centered prenatal and postpartum care as well as labor
and delivery services
according to state law.
School of Allied Health Technologies
Dental Hygiene. Prepares graduates to become
practicing members of a dental health team
helping individuals maintain oral health and prevent dental diseases.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Jointly sponsored by Miami-Dade Community College
Jackson Memorial Hospital. Prepares graduates to
use sonography to image organs,
fluid accumulations and the unborn fetus.
Services. Designed for certified paramedics with experience. Focuses
management and coordination of an Emergency
Medical Services system.
Health Information Management. Prepares graduates to maintain medical records and
data for health information needs in business,
government, and the health care industry.
Medical Laboratory Technology.
Designed to give graduates the knowledge and technical
to work in virtually any area of a laboratory.
Includes courses in theory,
procedures, and instrumentation.
Opticianry. Prepares graduates to work for
an optician, optometrist, ophthalmologist or to
optical office; to fit glasses and contact lenses, make
optical office; to fit glasses
and contact lenses, make glasses,
and/or perform preliminary tests and procedures as eye
Assistant. Prepares graduates to work under the supervision of a
therapist in the rehabilitative care of individuals disabled by injury
Assistant. Prepares graduates for
employment under the supervision of a licensed
in aspects of medical theory, instrumentation, diagnosis
including prescribing and administration
Radiation Therapy Technology. Jointly sponsored by Miami-Dade Community College
Memorial Hospital. Prepares the student to be a key member of
team using radiation to treat cancer.
Radiography. Prepares graduates for a career in
diagnostic imaging through the application
patients. Includes instruction on how to position patients and
exposure factors to produce useful radiographs.
Respiratory Care Therapist. Prepares graduates to
work under medical supervision,
management, control, diagnostic evaluation and care for
pulmonary system deficiencies and
order to assure that students are placed in settings where they can gain the
clinical experience they need to
become practicing health professionals, the
Medical Campus maintains partnerships with a wide range of
agencies, and other community organizations.
Emergency Medical Technician
Medical Coder / Biller Specialist
Medical Record Transcriptionist
Radiation Therapy Specialist
Respiratory Care Technician
(Certificate programs last between one and 15 months)
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