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A New Beginning for the Mobile Diabetes Center

Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2016

For decades, Nebraska Methodist College has provided education and screening services to Omaha and beyond via the Mobile Diabetes Center. Last Thursday, this facet of the community received new life.

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Topics: community outreach, service learning, Diabetes

Sterile Processing Course Gets Boost From Cutting Edge Lab

Posted on Mon, Jun 13, 2016

Sterile processing technician education at Nebraska Methodist College is about to get a big boost thanks to the state-of-the-art lab opening at Methodist Hospital.

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Topics: healthcare education, Professional Development, clinicals

How Being a Pharm Tech Now Can Help Your Career Later

Posted on Mon, Mar 21, 2016

You don’t need to become a pharmacist to work in a pharmacy. In fact, you don’t even need a degree. You can jump straight into the field if you’re willing to get the proper certification.

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Topics: new programs, allied health career, Professional Development

Healthcare Career Camp 2016: Make Summer Break Count

Posted on Tue, Jan 05, 2016

Saying you want a job in healthcare is like saying you want to listen to music. Different genres and subgenres compete for your attention. You may like country music but not dubstep, or maybe you like both but you’re not sure you want to listen to one genre for the rest of your life.

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Topics: healthcare education, campus life, college routine

Healthcare Certificate Programs Put You on the Fast Track

Posted on Wed, May 27, 2015

If you think the only way to get in the healthcare field is to complete a full degree program, you’re ignoring some great options. Healthcare certificate programs offer another way to launch your career, and the shorter timeframe makes sense for a lot of people.

If pursuing a degree isn’t ideal for your situation at the moment, it’s a good idea to look at alternatives, with the certificate route offering a lot of pros and relatively few drawbacks.

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Topics: allied health career, health professions

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