Mapping Medical Pathways
Red Rocks Community College in partnership with WarrenTech High School provides students the opportunity to earn college credit, while exploring educational pathways in healthcare. Upon successful competition from WarrenTech’s Healthcare & Sciences (HMS) program, students will receive credit towards a certificate or degree at Red Rocks.
RRCC Concurrent Enrollment Navigator
The focus of Red Rocks Community College's Concurrent Enrollment Navigator is to work with Health Sciences students to create a seamless transition into RRCC and assist students in the completion of their certificate or degree program upon high school graduation. The Concurrent Enrollment Navigator will provide help with registration, FAFSA and scholarship applications as well as serve as the primary point of contact to advising and support services on campus.
Red Rocks Community College offers a variety of health sciences pathways for students interested in pursuing a rewarding career in healthcare.
Medical Assistant (MA) program
*According to the CO Department of Labor, by 2020 metro Denver will need 39% more medical assistants, and increasingly area employers are requiring medical assistants to be certified. Medical Assistants have a great amount of variety in their jobs and are cross-trained to perform many administrative and clinical duties in the clinical setting.
Medical Office Technology (MOT) program
*Medical Office students learn office administration skills and can earn either a certificate or an Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS). If you are well organized, have compassion for those who are ill, and have good communication skills, you have some of the characteristics that can lead to success in a medical office career.
Integrated Nursing Pathway (INP)
*Red Rocks Community College and the University of Colorado’s College of Nursing offer a unique, integrated pathway to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. The Integrated Nursing Pathway (INP) program provides outstanding preparation for professional nursing practice. After the first year enrolled in the INP program, students graduate from RRCC with an Associate of General Studies degree, then transition to the College of Nursing at the Anschutz Medical Campus to integrate into the Traditional Pathways nursing program.
Additional RRCC Healthcare programs that may be of interest
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Holistic Health AAS degree
- Holistic Health Practitioner Certificate
- Home Health Aide Certificate
- Hospice Aide Certificate
- Massage Therapy Certificate
- Nurse Aide Certificate
- Nurse Refresher
- Paramedicine AAS degree
- Phlebotomy Certificate
- Physician Assistant Certificate
- Radiologic Technology AAS degree
- Reflexology Certificate
- Sonography AAS degree
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Concurrent Enrollment Navigator