Allied Health

If you love helping others, then this is the career for you.

Health care careers are in high demand, and you can build your skills at TSTC. Whether you want to work in a hospital or another medical setting, this career path will lead you to a well-paying job. Follow your calling and choose a career path that allows you to care for people when they need it most. There are 5 million allied health care providers in the United States that represent over 80 health care professions. Texas employs more than 1.3 million health care workers. Many of them work in the industry as health information technicians, medical office workers, dental hygienists, nurses, emergency medical personnel, and more.

Career opportunities abound!

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LVN to RN Transition Nursing Program
The nursing profession is a large part of the high-demand health care field. It’s the largest health care profession and one that is highly respected.
Emergency Medical Services
The sounds of a siren and rotating red lights are your call to action. The difference between life and death rests in your ability to assess and act under pressure during a crisis.
Biomedical Equipment Technology
When it counts, medical equipment can’t fail. No sweat. You got this.
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Patient Care Technician
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Dental Assistant
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140 Hours
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Doug Jeter 325-734-3657 Rebecca Hargus 325-738-3315
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Phlebotomy Technician
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Our Career Services team takes your future seriously. Our staff helps with résumé and cover letter writing, job search, interviewing techniques, phone etiquette, and any other skill you need to land a great job. And with our private online job board, students and grads have exclusive access to the best jobs in the state.

 

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