Health Occupations 1
Course:
CT504SSA
Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ SA
Grade(s): 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: None
Health Occupations 1 is a one trimester course that introduces students to an overview of the healthcare field.  The major areas of study include:  health related careers, legal responsibilities and personal/professional ethics of a healthcare professional, health care systems and medical terminology.  Students will research occupations which are compatible with their goals. Throughout the course they will receive a realistic view of care options in the healthcare field via healthcare professional speakers and hands on learning activities. As part of this course, a career experience opportunity will be required by each student outside the school facility.  A variety of medical occupations observations within the area will be arranged by the St. Charles Health Care Systems.  American Heart Association CPR/First Aid certification will also be offered in this course.

CN Health Occupations 2: Certified Nursing Assistant 1A & Clinical 1B
Course:
CT505CSAA, CT505CSAB
Length & Credit: 2 trimester/1.0 credit 1A, 1.5 credits 1B/ SA
Grade(s):  12
Prerequisites: Successful Completion of Health Occupations 1
College Credits: COCC NUR103, 9.0 credits, $25 for Course
This course meets the graduation requirement for Careers. 
Health Occupations 2: CNA 1: This course is a collaborative effort of the Redmond School District and Central Oregon Community College (COCC). Per the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN), the course is at least 80 hours of classroom/skills lab practice and 75 hours of supervised clinical experience; totaling at least 155 hours over trimesters 2 and 3. Clinical rotations will be completed at nursing and rehabilitation centers in the Central Oregon area. Students will be CPR BLS Provider certified; undergo a background check, urine drug screen, and show proof of immunizations and TB testing prior to the start of trimester 3. During trimester 3, the student needs to have transportation to their assigned clinical site or RVHS, hold a valid driver’s license and maintain auto insurance. Successful completion of this course allows students to take the state Certified Nursing Assistant 1 exam and gives them up to nine college credits. 

Anatomy and Physiology
Course:
 SC416SSCA, SC416SSCB
Length & Credit: 2 trimester/1.0 credit/SC
Grade(s): 11, 12
Prerequisites: None
Anatomy and Physiology  is a two-trimester science elective.  This course examines the structure and function of the human body utilizing a systems approach. Emphasizes body organization, cells, tissues, as well as microscopic and gross anatomy along with the functional roles of the integumentary, skeletal and muscular systems, and concludes with nerve cells and tissue. Concurrent labs may include hands-on or virtual dissections of a variety of tissues and organs. This course may include animal dissection and possibly even cadaver observation.

CN Medical Terminology 1
Course:
 CT971CSA
Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.50 credit/ SA
Grade(s): 10, 11, 12
College Credit:  COCC AH111, 3.0 credits, $25 per credit
Prerequisites: None
Medical Terminology 1 emphasizes the medical language related to the healthcare professions and specialties, equipment, drugs, symbols and abbreviations. Includes the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, integumentary, and circulatory/blood/lymphatic system. Provides practical application in the workplace using case studies, operative, autopsy, diagnostic, and laboratory reports.

CN Medical Terminology 2
Course:
 CT972CSA
Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.50 credit/ SA
Grade(s): 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: CN Medical Terminology 1
College Credit:  COCC AH112, 3.0 credits, $25 per credit
Medical Terminology 2 is designed as a continuation of Medical Terminology 1 and focuses on urinary, female and male reproductive, endocrine, and nervous systems; sensory organs; cancer medicine; radiology and nuclear medicine; and psychiatry. Explores the origin of terms and the use of anatomical, general, operative, and symptomatic terms using a variety of case-based and experiential learning techniques.

CN Sports Medicine
Course:
CT975CSA
Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.50 credit/ SA
Grade(s): 10, 11, 12
Prerequisites: None
College Credit:  SOU HE199, 4.0 credits, $ TBD
Sports Medicine covers the basic concepts of athletic injury prevention, including taping and bracing techniques.  Addresses injury recognition and management, including common mechanisms of athletic injury, signs and symptoms, and proper care and rehabilitation of common athletic injuries.