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The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at Career Colleges of America (CCA ) will enable students to perform duties perform duties before, during, and after ultrasound procedures, commonly called sonography, the diagnostic medical ultrasound procedure uses high frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to produce dynamic visual images of organs, tissues, or blood flow inside the body.
The Surgical Technology program at Career Colleges of America (CCA ) will enable students to perform duties before, during, and after surgical procedures. This program is designed to guide students through all facets of the field of surgical technology; including prepping the operating room and patient, sterilizing instrumentation,ensuring the operating room equipment is in working order, as well as creating and maintaining a sterile work environment before and during the surgical procedure.
This program prepares students for an entry-level position in the medical field as a front and/or back office assistant. Positions are available in clinics, hospitals and doctors' offices. Upon successful completion of the training, the graduate will be able to perform EKG; prepare strips for evaluation; perform venipuncture; collect specimens; collect patient data; perform vital signs, CPR, and First Aid; perform simple lab tests (e.g., Urinalysis, Hematocrit); prepare patients for physical examinations; and assist physicians in minor surgeries. Anatomy & Physiology, and Medical Terminology. READ MORE ABOUT THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT
This program provides students with the basic knowledge and skills that will qualify them to work as an entry-level medical biller in front-office duties in clinics, hospitals, medical groups, or insurance companies, including taking vital signs. Students will be exposed to billing forms, eligibility guidelines for Medicare, Medicaid/Media-Cal, and billing procedures for dental care, Tricare, Blue Shield/Blue Cross, and Workers' Compensation.
This program provides students with basic knowledge and skills that will qualify them to work as entry-level Pharmacy Technicians in hospitals and retail facilities. Upon successful completion of the training, the graduate will be able to identify and understand drug nomenclature, dosage forms, routes of administration, and abbreviations used in pharmacy; identify the most common medications by their trade and generic names; perform conversions and/or calculations of weights and measures.
The Phlebotomy Technician I course prepares students for employment as a phlebotomy technician and provides training in obtaining blood specimens by venipuncture and micro-collection techniques. Since phlebotomists are considered part of the laboratory team, they are trained in all aspects of specimen collection and processing. To become proficient in venipuncture and capillary punctures, students must have plenty of hands-on training. During which the student must perform at least 50 venipunctures and 10 skin punctures on patients.
This program will prepare those seeking a career as an entry-level alcohol and drug counselor. The program’s goal is to provide the alcohol and drug treatment field with knowledgeable and skilled counselors. The objectives are to meet the requirements and demand for certified counselors, to secure training-related employment, and to provide the student with opportunities for advancement. This program meets standards set forth by the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors for certification.
The intent of this program’s curriculum is threefold: to promote quality of patient care; to provide entry-level skills for employment as a nurse assistant, and to provide awareness of opportunities/choices in health care occupations. The additional organizing principles of caring, critical thinking/problem solving, team building, ethics, and cultural sensitivity have been integrated with selected curriculum activities.
Eligible students must a certified nurse assistant and provide valid documentation of current CPR certification, live scan,and physical exam/immunizations. New students must enroll at the start of Module 1: Introduction to Aide and Agency Role. Refer to the Remediation Policy for information specific to this program.
This program will prepare students for an entry-level position as a dental health professional in various dental office facilities, including private practice, hospital dental departments, dental supply manufacturers, and dental insurance companies. Students will be introduced to all phases of dentistry, including diagnostic and procedural terminology, as well as clinical, radiographic, and preventative dentistry procedures.
This program prepares students for an entry-level position in the fitness industry as a Certified Fitness Trainer. Positions are available at fitness centers, gyms, recreational facilities, medical facilities, weight management centers, physical therapy clinics, corporate fitness centers and government agencies. Upon successful completion of the training, the graduate will be able to perform client consultations and integrated fitness assessments.
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