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Allied Health Programs

Allied Health Programs

You must contact the Admissions and Records Office to obtain information about general admission to John A Logan College.

Program Guides and Course Descriptions will open as PDFs.

Dental Assisting

The objective of this program is to develop an individual to assist the dentist in comprehensive patient oral health care and the dental specialties. Students must be educated to understand that patients are complex rational beings moving in a specific environment. To do this, a student must be educated in the clinical and dental sciences.

Dental Assisting is a Restricted-Entry Program. Click here for Restricted Entry Program Information. All new students need to see an Advisor through Services.

Additional Dental Assisting Program Information

Dental Assisting Brochure

Program Guide for Dental Assisting

Course Descriptions for Dental Assisting

Advisor for Dental Assisting: Pam Karns

Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Service (EMS) courses are structured to train students as intermediate and advanced first responders and provide a continuum of training after becoming certified as a basic Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT-B).

Additional Emergency Medical Services Information

Course Descriptions for Emergency Medical Services

Advisor for Emergency Medical Services: Leslie McKenzie

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

The Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program at John A Logan College is an accredited, 18 month, full time career program that prepares individuals to become competent, entry level Cardiac Sonographers. The highly active and extensive curriculum consists of academic requirements that are achieved on campus, on line and externships with clinical affiliates.

Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography is a Restricted-Entry Program. Click here for Restricted Entry Program Information. All new students need to see an Advisor through Services.

Additional Diagnostic Medical Sonography Information

Program Guide for Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography

Course Descriptions for Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Advisor for Diagnostic Medical Sonography: Karen Kasban

Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant Program is a one year (2 semester) curriculum that prepares students to work in the medical office under the supervision of a medical provider. Medical Assistants are trained to perform administrative, clinical and lab duties in the medical office environment.

Medical Assistant is a Restricted-Entry Program. Click here for Restricted Entry Program Information. All new students need to see an Advisor through Services.

Additional Medical Assistant Information

Program Guide for Medical Assistant – Certificate

Course Descriptions for Medical Assistant

Advisor for Medical Assistant: Susan Phillips