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Health Sciences Division

Health Sciences Division

Health Sciences Division

The Health Sciences Division at Hagerstown Community College prepares students to work in a variety of healthcare settings, including physician or dental offices, hospitals, ambulance companies, and medical laboratories. Students are introduced to a variety of program offerings through state-of-the-art laboratories and skill-appropriate clinical sites and study under trained faculty members who have both the knowledge and experience to train tomorrow’s workforce today.

Discover Health Sciences at HCC

Meet the Faculty

Career Programs Building

HCC's faculty bring a strong educational background and industry experience to the classroom. View the Faculty and Staff Directory (coming soon). 

 

Programs of Study

HCC offers a variety of program options that include associate degrees, certifications, and letters of recognition. 

Dental Programs


Recognized by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners and the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA).

Recognized by the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners and the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA).

Emergency Medical Services


Provides students with several areas of study and experience through lecture, laboratory, clinical experience, and field experience.

Provides students with several areas of study and experience through lecture, laboratory, clinical experience, and field experience.

Health Information Management


The HIM program will prepare healthcare professionals to manage electronic health records in variety of settings such as doctor’s offices, hospitals, insurance companies, and more.

The HIM program will prepare healthcare professionals to manage electronic health records in variety of settings such as doctor’s offices, hospitals, insurance companies, and more.

Medical Assisting


Prepares students to work primarily in ambulatory care settings under the direction of a physician. This career-oriented program is comprised of clinical and non-clinical components

Prepares students to work primarily in ambulatory care settings under the direction of a physician. This career-oriented program is comprised of clinical and non-clinical components

Medical Imaging Programs


HCC's medical imaging programs prepare students for entry-level work imaging work in health care facilities and specialty offices.

HCC's medical imaging programs prepare students for entry-level work imaging work in health care facilities and specialty offices.

Phlebotomy


A phlebotomist is a medical professional who collects blood samples from patients by various techniques and may be responsible for the collection of other non-blood specimens.

A phlebotomist is a medical professional who collects blood samples from patients by various techniques and may be responsible for the collection of other non-blood specimens.