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Consider a Career in Health Care
LCCC is the best place to start.
Many of today’s hottest careers are in the health-care field, with career opportunities and personal satisfaction unmatched by other professions. The term Allied Health (or Health-Related Professions, at
some institutions) is used to identify a cluster of health professions, encompassing many health careers. When you work in allied health, you are involved (directly or indirectly) with patient health, and you are
regarded as an expert in your field. Some allied health professionals practice independently; others work as part of a health care team, providing continual evaluation and assessment of patient needs. You also
play a major role in informing the attending clinician of the patient’s progress and response to treatment.
Each of the programs below has specific pre-admission requirements. You must complete an LCCC Application for Admission and Allied Health Application Procedures. Be sure to review the Allied Health & Nursing Admission Requirements for details about the admission process and the requirements for your particular specialty.
Counseling and Academic Advising
Need help choosing the health-care career that's best for you? Schedule an appointment with an Allied Health Counselor.
Counselors are specialists in the Allied Health and Nursing majors and can assist students with academic, career and personal counseling, including graduation audits, providing transfer information, etc. Counselors work on an appointment basis. To schedule a meeting, call (440) 366-4033 or go to LC 131.
An academic advising team works closely with students by explaining the pre-admission worksheets and entrance requirements, in addition to assisting with the clinical admission process. Career and Academic Advisement Professionals see students on a walk-in basis and are located in LC 158.
You may also contact the following staff members:
LCCC does not establish "wait lists" for programs. Students are accepted for program admission based on a variety of criteria, including assessment-test scores and the students' completion of program requirements.
Career Areas to Explore
To learn more about Health Care programs, click here.
Get a Plan
Find out how the FREE MyPlan workshop can help you choose the right career path, major and more.
Simple and easy-to-complete assessments that will help you understand your strengths and how they can effect your choice of occupation and major.
Multiple career matches for your type.
Career and job market information including a large career, college and major database and video library.
Great tool for career changers.
For more information, visit www.lorainccc.edu/myplan.
For detailed career information, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Handbook: www.bls.gov/oco.
Federal regulations require institutions to disclose to prospective and current students certain information about Gainful Employment programs. A Gainful Employment program is a certificate program that leads to gainful employment in a recognized occupation. For more information, visit lorainccc.edu/ge.
MyCAP (Career Advantage Plan)
If your academic goals are not reflected in our University Partnership programs or in our transfer agreements above, you are strongly encouraged to meet with a counselor to develop your career advantage plan (MyCAP). MyCAP is tailored to your own needs, curriculum and academic background. To create a MyCAP, please make an appointment with a counselor at (440) 366-4033 or at (800) 995-5222, Ext. 4033 or visit www.lorainccc.edu/transfer.
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