Emergency Medical Technician
Licensed Practical Nurse
Medical Lab Technician Surgical Technician
ASHI (American Safety & Health Institute) CPR Pro and First Aid
DPW (Department of Public Welfare) Certificate for Patient Care Assistant
Nurse Assisting and EKG Technician from AMCA (American Medical Certification Association)
CareerSafe OSHA Certification for Healthcare workers
Recent graduates from the Allied Health program are attending Temple University, Drexel University, Gwynedd Mercy College, Towson University, Villanova University, Montgomery County Community College, and Penn State University.
Allied Health Technology is an Honors College Prep course designed for academic students who wish to
pursue a career in the healthcare professions.
This course is currently located at the work-based site of Mercy Suburban Hospital where students are supervised during clinical rotations in medical, surgical, support services, administrative and internships.
This program is open to 11th and 12th grade students who meet the required prerequisites.
Students learn to plan, organize, interact, assume responsibility and develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. The curriculum is designed to facilitate communication, cognitive, social-emotional, and the developmental skills necessary for an entry-level position in the health field and continued education on the post-secondary level.
Topics of study include legal and ethical standards in health care, communications, body systems in wellness and disease, health care delivery systems, safety and emergency systems, infection control, language of medicine, principles of nutrition, current issues in health care, leadership through HOSA , and seminar visitations to other hospitals/schools.
The Allied Health Program is a Dual Enrollment Class with Montgomery County Community College (MCCC). MCCC has approved our instructor as an adjunct professor. As a result, students will receive transcripted college credit(s) that can be used to continue their post-secondary education at MCCC or any number of institutions. Students must earn a grade of "B"or higher to receive the credit(s).
In a new, state-of-the-art facility, a caring and highly qualified professional staff share their skills while challenging and encouraging their students. Many of the instructors have established high profiles in their fields of expertise prior to becoming teachers. Students not only get to know their teachers, but the teachers get to know them and respond to their individual needs as they extend their support and enthusiasm while preparing students for the future. The students are able to obtain a variety of state and nationally recognized certifications and licenses.
Students have the option to participate in two nationally recognized career and technical student organizations – SkillsUSA and Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA). Students can compete at the district, state and national levels.
Central Montco Technical High School has allocated in excess of $750,000 in financial aid to graduating seniors.
National Technical Honor Society
The National Technical Honor Society is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education.
Articulation Agreements are cooperative arrangements for granting admission and college credit to students who are continuing their education. Central Montco Technical High School has articulated its programs with a wide range of colleges and technical schools resulting in college credit or priority placement for CMTHS students. Contact our guidance department for more information.