Train at HCI Starting January 2016
January 2016, the new semester begins at Health Career Institute. HCI offers several programs for students who are thinking of going into the healthcare field. If you are interested in getting a bachelor degree, HCI offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
HCI also offers three associate degree programs: Associate of Science in Nursing, Associate of Science in Emergency Medical Services, and Associate of Science in Fire Science. Lastly, HCI also offers diploma programs, online learning, American Heart Association courses, fire training, and a few continuing education courses.
HCI’s Facilities and Equipment
Health Career Institute provides students with an adult simulation lab that helps show real-life emergencies. These labs are made to look like hospital rooms and first response sites so students can have pseudo-practical experiences in a real-life emergency setting. HCI also has simulated mannequins that imitated human behavior by having breathing sounds, blood pressures, and pulse rates.
HCI wants to give its students as much hands-on learning as possible before sending them into the field, so the facility is equipped with industry-standard equipment to help benefit students. Students will have access to a variety of equipment to aid in learning such as ECG machines with defibrillators, IV solutions, syringes, laryngoscopes, IV’s, and practice medications. This will help build knowledge about what one may see once working in the field.
Industry Professionals Teaching At HCI
Lastly, Health Career Institute believes that learning from professionals in the healthcare industry is invaluable, and assures that they work their hardest to make sure their staff is well-rounded and proficient in their subject. Having access to these professionals is beneficial to the students. Not only are they learning from professors who work in the healthcare field, but they are also building relationships and networking with industry professionals.