Richland College Allied Health Programs provide students with quality, affordable, and accessible healthcare education and training to produce job-ready individuals who fulfill the needs of healthcare employers and the community.
Certified Medical Assisting |
Community Pharmacy Technician |
CVS Health American Apprenticeship Program |
EMT Emergency Medical Technician |
Insurance Billing & Coding for the Medical Office |
Medical Office Technology |
Medication Aide Renewal |
Patient Care Technician |
Richland College offers a variety of healthcare certificate programs. Students may attend part-time or full-time, days or evenings, and pay as they go. All these programs may be completed in one year or less. Some require that students have a high school diploma or GED. Proficiency in written and spoken English, math, basic computer, and Microsoft skills are also important. Some programs require a criminal background check and drug screening.
Medical Programs are continuous enrollment, with entry classes approximately starting every 4-6 weeks. The Pharmacy Technician Programs begin at the start of each semester. Medication Aide Renewal courses and CPR courses are scheduled once a month, throughout the semester.
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Continuing Education Allied Health Admissions Office
Wichita Hall, WH-244 972.761.6814 or 972.238.3703AlliedHealth@dcccd.eduStudents are seen without appointment
OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.*Students are seen without appointment