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CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT (CNA)
Enrollment is limited to 15 students. Learn the skills to provide appropriate care at the bedside and in the chronic long-term nursing care environment. Develop hands-on skills to prepare to take the state certification test.

Fee includes non-refundable registration fee and live scan. Additional fees include: textbook, stethoscope, uniform/shoes, and state board testing. Student needs to have physical exam and TB testing results (within 90 days of start of program). Please go to www.adultschoolhealth.com for more information, including admission requirements and enrollment process, or call (510) 879-7166.
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
NATP5
Scott
Alvarado
11
$1100
4/11
11
Mon-Fri (class)
9:30am-2:30pm





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18
Mon-Fri (clinical)
7:00am-1:30pm

(Clinical hours may vary)


CEU CLASSES FOR CNA
Starting March 2016.
Approved by California Department of Public Health. Class meets once a month. Please go to www.adultschoolhealth.com for more information, or call (510) 879-7166.
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
CEU2
Dudley
Alvarado
11
$50
March
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HOME HEALTH AIDE / CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Adult School Allied Health Educators will be offering the following programs:
Home Health Aide starting May 2016
Certified Medical Assistant starting June 2016

Prerequisites for CMA are required and are offered at WCCAE:
1. Introduction to Health care delivery system
2. Medical Terminology
3. Clinical Terminology - Body systems

Please check this page or the WCCAE catalog for dates and times of the prerequisites.
Visit the website at adultschoolhealth.com for more information on Home Health Aide and Certified Medical Assistant details, or call (510) 879-7166


CLINICAL TERMINOLOGY
This class continues from Medical terminology basics, with a focus on the language used in the healthcare clinical facilities. Includes a system-by-system review of anatomic conditions, diseases, and operative terms, abbreviations, radiography procedures, laboratory tests, and pharmacology terms. Textbook required: The Language of Medicine, 10th Edition, Chabner, Davi-Ellen. W.B. Saunders Co. ISBN-13: 9781455758340
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
07302.00
Robinson
Alvarado
10
$125
1/5*
11
Tue
9:30-11:30am
07302.01
Robinson
Alvarado
10
$150
1/5*
11
Tue
6:00-9:00pm
*No class 2/16


INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH INSURANCE
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
07304.00
Robinson
Alvarado
10
$125
1/7*
11
Thu
9:30-11:30am
*No class 2/18


INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL CODING AND BILLING PRACTICES II
This course is part 2 of the Medical Billing and Coding Technology practices. The class continues the topic involved in the immensely important reimbursement cycle, which ensures that health care providers are paid for services. Students will develop skills using medical terminology, ICD coding, CPT coding, billing and reimbursement. Textbook required: Medical Insurance in a FLASH! An Interactive, Flash-Card Approach, Alice Anne Andress; FA Davis Company, 2011 ISBN 10 0-8036-2349-6
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
07306.00
Robinson
Alvarado
10
$150
1/7*
11
Thu
6:00-9:00pm
*No class 2/18


INTRODUCTION TO THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
An overview of the health care delivery system, professional roles, care delivery models, and relevant regulatory environment in the United States. Overviews common chronic and acute disease states that drive the U.S. health care system to provide the student with context for care delivery models. $10.00 material fee payable to the instructor. No textbook required. Prerequisite for Clinical Medical Assisting Program.
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
07303.00
Robinson
Alvarado
10
$125
1/5*
10
Tue
11:40am-1:40pm
*No class 1/18 or 2/16


MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
A study of prefixes, suffices, and root words for medical terms and their meanings, spelling and pronunciation. Emphasis on building a working medical vocabulary based on body systems. Also, study of the location, functions and terms of the organs of the body systems. Textbook: Chabner, Davi-Ellen, The Language of Medicine, 10th Edition, W. B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA 2010
Course Code
Instructor
Site
Room
Fee
Starts
Meetings
Days
Time
07310.00
Robinson
Alvarado
10
$125
1/7*
10
Thu
11:40am-1:40pm
*No class 2/18