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Your future patients will expect the best from you.
Garden City Community College announces the availability of our online e-learning healthcare courses from Health Ed Today. These courses are highly interactive and provide students with an enriched learning experience. Each course includes: 24 hour a day instructor support & course mentors; engaging labs, student exercises and course videos; all textbooks, workbooks and student materials; a new ï¿½Secure Student Websiteï¿½ ï¿½ including career resources & other training.
These exciting courses include:
Note: all programs include textbooks, workbooks and students materials. Certain programs include clinical externships and national certifications.
For more information about E-Learning Healthcare Courses, please E-mail Stephanie Whitesell or call at 620-276-9534.
Visit us online at http://www.healthedtoday.com/GCCCKS to experience a course demo and to learn more about these exciting new programs!
The Nursing and Allied Health Department would like to thank all of the health care and education facilities that have so generously allowed our students access to hands-on experience learning. Without this support our programs would be unable to continue.
The course consists of a minimum of 90 clock hours and includes both class work and clinical experience to prepare students to provide patient care in an adult care home.
The course includes basic knowledge and skills necessary to help meet the psychosocial, physical, and environmental needs of the elderly patient.
The C.N.A. is prepared to give patient care under the supervision of a registered nurse, licensed practical nurse or physician.
The course will qualify the student to take the Kansas State C.N.A. Certification Examination. After passing the State Exam with a score of 75 or higher, the C.N.A. is qualified for employment in nursing homes as well as other health care faculties.
The course also meets the C.N.A. prerequisite for the nursing program.
The following conditions must be met prior to enrollment:
The faculty and staff of the GCCC Nursing and Allied Health department have over 200 years of combined nursing experience and over 100 years of combined education experience! We are here to help you become the best health care professional you can be!