Health Occupations

Program Description

The Health Occupations is a one-year program that prepares students in a health-related field. Students will explore health careers online and by touring various departments in local hospitals and in a long-term care facility. They will also master skills needed to gain employment in an entry-level position and eligible students will have the opportunity to become certified as a Nursing Assistant in the first year program.

Leadership skills will be developed through participation in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). Anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, safety infection control, and medical abbreviations are taught along with clinical skills. This course is designed to broaden the student's perspective on types of health occupations available.



Related Professions

Physical Therapist
X-ray Technician
Dental Assistant
Nurse Aide
Possible Certifications

BLS First Aid/CPR 
Certified Nursing Assistant
Health Care Safety Career Safe sponsored by OSHA  


Baker College 
Mott Community College

2018-19 Program Accomplishments

  • HOSA-11 students went to regional competition at Saginaw Valley. Five medaled and two placed in top 10. One will be going to HOSA Nationals in June.
  • All students were BLS- CPR certified
  • All students have taken an on-line OSHA Health Care Safety program for certification.
  • 14 students will have the opportunity to take the state certification test for Nurse Aide.
  • All students completed a detailed portfolio.
  • Community service- Students learned humanity by giving when they collected hats and mittens for children, collected health care items/food for servicemen/women overseas, collected food for a food drive, and participated in a 2 penny wars. 


2018-19 Promotional Video


Teacher: Teresa Hill
(810) 664-1124 ext. 4136
Paraprofessional: Dena Sullivan
(810) 664-1124 ext. 4136