Programs of Study
Bellevue College currently offers several disciplines or programs of study in Allied Health Education. Our programs fall into two general categories, administrative and clinical. Though as these professions develop and change, we are seeing a blending in some of these areas, as well as, the addition of technology based disciplines.
In addition to program specific courses, all programs require the completion of foundation or core courses in Allied Health Education. These courses are open enrollment and are generally considered the “pre-requisites” to all program based courses.
The Associates of Applied Science – Transfer degree (AAS-T), with Allied Health focus…
The person in the position of medical administrative assistant is often the first person a client or patient talks to…
The Medical Billing & Coding Specialist helps prevent our health care system from grinding to a bureaucratic halt!
The health unit coordinator is an entry-level health professional that helps maintain and support a healthcare facility.
A phlebotomy technician’s primary responsibility is drawing blood and conducting other specimen collections.
Clinical lab assistants perform the basic functions of laboratory work under the supervision of other laboratory professionals.
An Emergency Department Technician assesses and manages a wide range of emergency conditions including…