The Phlebotomy department will be offering a pilot course for summer called MDL 295: Phlebotomy for Healthcare Professionals. This course is for current MEC students or currently working medical professionals who want or need to learn basic Phlebotomy skills. It is a combination of lecture and lab practice, but there is no clinical component and does not make students eligible to obtain certification.
The course will be offered during the second 6-week session, and will accept 15 students. It is open registration, first-come/first-served; students may sign-up for the course on NovaConnect beginning April 1.
EMS Fall registration is about to begin. EMS students seeking to advance onto intermediate and paramedic levels, will vie for the few open slots in their programs. It is a pure sprint to the finish line and the only way to enter the race is by being program placed before May 3rd. Fall registration begins May 3rd at 00:01HRS, 12:01am . Classes will fill quickly, and new sections will not be added.
In order for an EMS student to be program placed they must submit an EMS Education Worksheet. They must also meet all requirements. In order to guarantee their program placement happens in time, students will need to submit their worksheet by April 24th. This allows our office a seven business day turnaround time to process the form.
Spark Notes Version of this post
- EMS Fall Registration opens May 3rd at 12:01am (00:01)
- EMS Education worksheets should be submitted by April 24th to guarantee they will be processed in time.
- After April 24th, we cannot guarantee program placement by May 3rd ( not to mean it won’t happen, just not likely by May 3rd)
Please take the time to look at the Nursing Pre-Admission Test Information. It list the new rules governing the Nursing Pre-Admission Test( TEAS). It is important that you read and understand the rules outlined in this document.