Welcome Back to 2010
I am once again excited to welcome all magnet students back from a well deserved break.
The Northeast Health Science Magnet Program introduces students to the various occupations found in the health care field. The program provides opportunities for students to learn the basic skills used by entry-level health care assistants. Students apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, health office management skills, basic assessment procedures, medical mathematics, and technical communications necessary to provide patient care in a variety of health care settings. Instruction includes classroom discussions, demonstrations, practice laboratory activities, and internships at a local hospital center, in medical office and clinic setting. Students who complete the entire program successfully qualify to take the
The Pharmacy Technology program is a sequence of courses that prepares students to function as pharmacy technicians in positions requiring the mixing of prescribed medicines and the compounding of preparations according to prescriptions under the supervision of a pharmacist. Program graduates are expected to be competent in the general areas of communications, math, computer literacy, and interpersonal relations; additionally, graduates are expected to perform basic occupational functions including pouring, weighing, or measuring dosages; grinding, heating, filtering, dissolving, and mixing liquid or soluble drugs and chemicals; procuring, scoring and issuing pharmaceutical materials and supplies, and maintaining files and records.
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