Multi-Skilled Healthcare Provider

Phone: 405.452.1234 Fax: 405.452.3561

This program will prepare a multi-skilled individual to work in an acute care or clinical office setting in a support role to licensed care givers. Students will be trained in skills and competencies essential for Nurse Aides, EKG Technicians, and Phlebotomist. This program also provides the prerequisites needed to apply for the Practical Nursing program.

Instructional format includes lecture, hands-on, interactive activities, laboratory practice, and clinical experience. Clinical experience can be three (3) or more days per week at sites located in several counties throughout Eastern and Southeastern Oklahoma.

Classroom and clinical hours vary during each cohort, but are generally between 8:00am and 3:30pm, Monday - Friday.

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Applications are open until class is full.

Go to "Application Process" page.