Seattle Central College Allied Health

Seattle Central opens doors to in-demand healthcare careers.

Seattle Central College's Allied Health Division programs give people both new to the field and current healthcare professionals the opportunity to continually advance.

Students can build on their expertise and education by earning certificates that can lead to associate degrees and bachelor’s degrees. These higher-level degrees can help them qualify for higher-wage positions.

Starting in 2016, our healthcare programs are now taught in a world-class facility. The Health Education Center is a new satellite location located in the Pacific Tower on Beacon Hill.

Seattle Central remembers unique connection to internment of Americans of Japanese descent

Please come by the Capitol Hill campus to join us in remembrance of the internment of Americans of Japanese descent. Our remembrance events are open to the public. Day of Remembrance events pay tribute to internment of nearly a third of former Broadway High School student body. In the spring of 1942, nearly a third of the student body at Broadway High School ...

ID Genomics consortium to build national database of bacterial ‘fingerprints’ to help doctors diagnose infection

"Sokurenko, who developed the ID Genomics tech in his lab at the UW, told GeekWire that the current method of diagnosing bacterial infections leaves doctors in the dark. ...the rate of misdiagnosis can be as high as 35 to 40 percent in some areas, he said." There's a reason bacteria take up almost an entire kingdom in our map of life: they are an endlessly complex and varied group of microorganisms, and that c

Dying From Cancer: Could Your Location Determine Your Fate?

"In parts of the country that are relatively poor, and have higher rates of obesity and smoking, cancer death rates rose nearly 50 percent, while wealthier pockets of the country saw death rates fall by nearly half." Americans in certain struggling parts of the country are dying from cancer at rising rates, even as the cancer death rate nationwide continues to fall, an exhaustive new analysis has found.

Mobile Team Offers Comfort Care To Homeless At Life’s End

"Since January 2014, the pilot project run by Seattle/King County Health Care for Homeless Network and UW Medicine’s Harboview Medical Center has served more than 100 seriously ill men and women in the Seattle area, tracking them down at shelters and drop-in clinics, in tents under bridges and parked cars." A Seattle program pioneers palliative care that reaches dying patients on streets and in shelters.

It’s not healthier to live in the country: Rural Washingtonians sicker than city dwellers

"...not only are mortality rates for these causes significantly higher in rural areas, but the gap between urban and rural rates has been growing." Rural Americans are sicker than urban Americans, a CDC report says, and that’s true for Washington.

Pacific Tower Takes Home ACEC 2017 Engineering Excellence Award! - Notkin

The Pacific Tower, the beautiful home of our Health Education Center, has won a 2017 Engineering Excellent Award. Congratulations! Congrats to Darren Schwend, Derek Huang, Nick Weishaar, the rest of our staff, and our client Schreiber Starling Whitehead Architects for bringing home the ACEC Washington 2017 Engineering Excellence Silver Award for Future Value to Engineering! Pacific Tower has served the healthcare needs of unifo...

Respiratory Care Track

Looking for a well-paying, in-demand healthcare profession? Respiratory Care may be right for you!

There's still time to apply for a 2017 start. Applications are due February 1st. The accredited Respiratory Care Practitioner program has been expanded at Seattle Central. New students will receive a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Allied Health with an emphasis in Respiratory Care. Once prerequisites are met, students start the program in spring quarter and take cla...

The International Examiner – Two-year battle with cancer ends for Seattle activist Alan Sugiyama

Al Sugiyama, a Seattle Central Community College alumni and long- time community activist, passed away at the beginning of the new year. A memorial service for him will be this Sunday, January 29th, at 2:00 pm at Fisher Pavilion, Seattle Center.





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Seattle, WA

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