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Radiologic Technology Program Effectiveness Data – 2016 – PDF – Word
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Radiologic Technology Program Effectiveness Data 2014
Are you interested in a career in the health professions but you’re not sure if the profession is for you?
The Health Careers Division can introduce you to the health professions programs in a new course being offered starting fall 2006. HPRS 1201 – Introduction to Health Professions is an overview of the roles of various members of the health care system, educational requirements, issues affecting the delivery of health care, and methods of credentialing and licensing requirements on a state and national level.
In addition, legal and ethical issues and decision making that affects the practice of health care professionals and the rights and responsibilities of health care professionals will be introduced.
Enroll in HPRS 1201 and let us help you make a decision about choosing a career in the health field.
- Health Careers Division provides higher education in health occupations.
- Certificate and Associate of Science Degrees are offered in the areas of concentration.
There are specific degree/certificate and course requirements for associate degrees.
- Paramedic Certificate Program
- Emergency Medical Services Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Nursing Associate in Applied Science Degree
- LVN to RN Transition
- Vocational Nursing Programs (VN)
- Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Respiratory Care Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Pharmacy Technology Certificate Program
- Mammography Certificate Program
- Sonography Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Surgical Technology Level I Certificate
The goal of the Health Careers Division is to provide quality education. The faculty believes in the philosophy and purpose of Angelina College, and: (1) that education in health occupations can be provided through a framework of higher education; (2) that our communities provide suitable clinical/practicum experiences; and, (3) that through a carefully designed curriculum, the graduate of these programs can be gainfully employed.
As a student enrolled at Angelina College, you will encounter certain risks while your are enrolled in a classroom or laboratory experience, or in a clinical or practicum setting. In the event that you sustain an injury and/or require any medical testing or care, all resulting medical expenses (hospital, ambulance, or physician fees) are your responsibility and not the responsibility of Angelina College or the clinical/practicum site.
It is recommended that you purchase a student/personal health insurance plan (medical/hospitalization) if you are not covered by a group health insurance plan.
ADMISSION TO HEALTH CAREERS PROGRAMS
The college will accept to the limit of its physical and financial resources all who wish to attend and who meet the admissions requirements of each program. The Health Careers Programs, because of excessively high demand, have additional admission requirements and recommend early application; however, the Division does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.
A person must show evidence of good physical and mental health, a medical record with specific health requirements and immunizations are required upon admission, followed by an annual TB test. Each student who registers is required to purchase liability insurance yearly.
As a student enrolled in a Health Careers program, you will encounter certain risks while you are in a classroom or laboratory experience, or in a clinical or practicum setting. In the event that you sustain an injury and/or require any medical testing or care, all resulting medical expenses (hospital, ambulance, or physician fees), are your financial responsibility and not the responsibility of Angelina College or the clinical/practicum site.
TEXAS HOUSE BILL 1508
Texas House Bill 1508 requires colleges to inform students with a criminal background that a criminal record may preclude them from being licensed for certain professions. For students in this course who may have a criminal background, please be advised that your criminal history could keep you from being licensed by the State of Texas. If you have a question about your background and licensure, please speak with your faculty member or department chair.