Sugar River Valley's Health Science Technology

Health Science Technology


         
         


Health Science Technology Program

The Health Science Technology program  introduces students to medical careers available in today's high tech health care facilities. Students work toward certifications in CPR, AED, and first aid. 

Two Project Running Start courses, which are taught in conjunction with the New Hampshire Community Technical College, are medical terminology and legal and ethical issues in healthcare. These provide an option for earning college credit while still attending high school. Students may select these options to enhance their program.

The content of this program is basic for all professional level health care careers, with basic anatomy and physiology being taught. Students also participate in job shadowing at local hospitals, vet clinics, dental offices and nursing homes. LNA students complete 100 clinical hours and have the opportunity to become licensed by the State Board of Nursing.

Health Science Technology Program Instructor

Eric W. Perry

HST Program Course Descriptions
HST Program Competencies 

EMT truck comes to visittaking vital signs
learning CPR learning about skeletons

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