Health Sciences

Health Science 1 - Katherine Gray, DVM

Health Sciences 1.mp4

Health Science 2 - Celine Champine, RN

Health Sciences 2.mp4

Health Sciences instructors

GRADES 11-12 | 120 MINUTES DAILY

Credits:

  • Science

Dual Enrollment:

  • CCV AHS 1045 - Intro to Health Care - 3 credits

  • CCV BIO 1140 - Human Biology - 3 college credits

    • fulfills 1 NCUHS Science credit

  • VTC PSY 1050 - Human Growth and Development - 3 credits

  • CCV AHS 1205 - Medical Terminology - 3 credits

Industry Recognized Credentials:

  • American Heart Association

    • BLS for Healthcare Providers

    • Heartsaver First Aid

  • American Red Cross

    • Blood Borne Pathogens

  • OSHA 10

  • VT Licensed Nursing Assistant

  • ACT National Career Readiness Certificate

Health Sciences I includes anatomy & physiology, human growth and development, infection control, legal responsibilities, medical terminology, job safety, employability skills, and much more related to the health care industry. A clinical component is included to provide practical experience in many health care areas including (but not limited to) nursing, physical therapy, radiology, respiratory therapy, dental care, nutrition, surgical services, veterinary science and other related areas. In Health Sciences II students continue to expand skills and career path options and choose between Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) or dual enrollment in the Human Growth and Development course; all students study Medical Terminology for optional dual enrollment credit.

Program Advisory Committee

Members

Amanda Pratt, North Country Hospital

Kathleen LaFratta, North Country Hospital

Megan Marquissee, North Country Hospital

Rhonda Howard, North Country Hospital

Steven Hurd, North Country Hospital

Megan Sargent, North Country Hospital

Gail Meunier, North Country Hospital

Tina Royer, North Country Hospital

Anne Steinberg, Michaud Memorial Manor

Lyne Limoges, Orleans-Essex Visiting Nurses & Hospice

Rose Mary Mayhew, BelAire Center

Lanie Billings, Northern VT Area Health Education Center

Kay McIsaac, Community College of Vermont

Lisa Bohlman, Kingdom Kare Healthcare

Nancy Noble, North Country Hospital/VT Technical College