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Allied Health

In the Allied Health area, a number of short term courses are offered to provide education for employment in a variety of health care settings. Training prepares students to take state exams for certification.

Courses are offered online, ground at PCC campus, evening courses and courses for current high school students.

Click on Each Course for Additional Information:
Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
Certified Medication Aide (CMA)
Home Health Aide
Medication Aide Update
Terminology for Health Care Workers
Introduction to Health Care Occupations
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
 

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Students must be 16 years of age or older and are not required to have a high school diploma or GED before being admitted to the program. However, students currently enrolled in high school need permission from their high school.

You may Apply Online or download the Application for Admission and mail to the address below:
Office of Admissions:
348 NE SR 61
Pratt, Kansas 67124

Submit official copies of your high school transcript and/or transcripts from any college previously attended by downloading the Request for Transcript and providing your information.

Contact Information: For general information: Contact Patty Huffman pattyh@prattcc.edu 620.450.2161 -OR Theresa Gee theresag@prattcc.edu  620.450.2427

High school student information: Contact Caitlin Miller 620-450-2122 or caitlinm@prattcc.edu

Wichita area student information call 316-927-3780.

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