One year, 2 or 3 hours per day
Explore health related disciplines and learn associated entry level skills for the medical office. Learn to assist in the performance of diagnostic procedures and physical examinations. Students will experience classroom instruction and practical hands-on experience in an actual medical facility if they choose the 3 hour option.
Dual Credit Offered**: (Learn more about Dual Credit)
Ivy Tech (3-9 credits)
• HLHS 100 Introduction to Health Careers (3 credits)
• HLHS 101 Medical Terminology (3 credits)*
• HLHS 102 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology (3 credits)*
* Must meet Ivy-Tech program-ready requirements
**Courses are subject to change. See instructor for most updated list.
Certifications Available: (Learn more about Certifications)
*Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) through the National Healthcare Association (NHA)
• AHA BLS CPR Certification for Healthcare Providers
• National Consortium for Health Science Education Certification (NCHSE)
*indicates 19-20 IN Promoted Industry Certification
• Medical Offices • Clinics • Pharmacies • Outpatient Facilities • Hospitals
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$$$ Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/
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I teach Introduction to Medical Assisting at J. Everett Light Career Center. I earned my Bachelor's of Science in Nursing at Indiana University and have been a Registered Nurse since 1999. I worked many years as a labor and delivery nurse, as well as a nurse in an OB/GYN office. I love teaching young minds that are eager to become health care providers. I see many students that have the capacity to be exceptional providers to our community and have empathy for all around them. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my husband and two girls. I enjoy being outdoors, camping, gardening and watching my girls play softball in the summer and reading when I have time.
I am one of the instructors for the Certified Nursing Assistant program at Fishers High School and also teach Medical Assisting at J. Everett Light Career Center. I am a registered nurse as well as a certified massage therapist. I enjoy working with students to help them choose their career pathway. I am passionate about the medical field & hope to inspire students pursue their future goals. Outside of school, I enjoy cooking, traveling, & spending time with my family & friends.