Health Professions

The purpose of the Health Professions Division is to provide instruction in Cardiovascular Technology - Invasive OptionCardiovascular Technology - Non-Invasive Option, Dental Assisting, Emergency Medical Technology, Advanced Emergency Medical Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nursing, Paramedic, and Surgical Technology, which prepares students to function in the role of a specialized healthcare provider. Completion of these programs enables the student to take certification and/or licensure examinations required in these healthcare fields.

Northeast State presents an affordable and convenient way to meet your educational goals and obtain the skills needed for a career in the healthcare industry.

To meet the growing need for healthcare professionals, Northeast State’s Health Professions Division offers an associate of applied science degree in Allied Health with concentrations in the fields of Dental Assisting, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Surgical Technology. The division also offers the associate of applied science degree in Cardiovascular Technology, with Invasive and Non-Invasive options and Paramedic. In addition, students may obtain a technical certificate in either Dental Assisting, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT), and Paramedic.

Associate of science degrees in pre-health profession programs that are designed to transfer to four-year colleges and universities are also offered at Northeast State. See the Science Division for more information.

The following information is available in the College Catalog:

For additional information, call the Health Professions Division at 423.323.0238, 423.323.0248 or 423.279.7653; fax the Division office at 423.245.5930; or visit the Regional Center for Health Professions at 300 W. Main St., Kingsport, TN 37660.

Connie Marshall
Dean, Health Professions
RCHP 110

Caitlin Leavitt
Administrative Assistant
RCHP 109

L. Taylor Snook
Division Secretary
RCHP 102
Fax: 423.245.5930

Program Outcomes