Buckeye programs prepare students for careers in health care fields

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Medical Assisting students (from left) Sarah Christner, Kimberly Cross, Rachael Brown and Erika Cooper practice taking vitals on each other during a lab at Buckeye Career Center.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the most employment growth by 2022 will be among health care support jobs.

Buckeye Career Center is meeting that demand by offering four high school programs in the Health Science cluster:

Introduction to Nursing, Exercise Science & Sports Medicine, Medical Assisting and Pharmacy Tech. Two of these programs have students trained and able to take their State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) exam so they are employable at the end of their junior year.

In addition, adult students can take fulltime classes in Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting (day and evening classes), and Medical Office & Billing with part time evening classes offered in: CPR, Pharmacy Tech, Phlebotomy and STNA & Home Health Aide.

For information on high school and adult programs and start dates call 1-800-227-1665 or look at the latest school program catalog at: www.buckeyecareercenter.org/adult-education.

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