Ceremony at 11:00 a.m. at Prescott Valley Center, 6955 Panther Path Prescott Valley, AZ 86314; five new Allied Health programs added to curriculum and partnership solidified with Mountain Institute JTED to use facility
There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony that celebrates the opening of the newly renovated Yavapai Community College Prescott Valley Allied Health Center. The event will occur at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 24. The Center is located at 6955 Panther Path Prescott Valley, Arizona 86314. The ceremony is open to the public and will be followed by tours.
The Community College has spent over $4 million in new construction and renovation on this project, most of which came from property taxes paid by all taxpayers in Yavapai County. It has also partnered with the West County Mountain Institute JTED to offer high school students courses at the Center. The believes that this will jump-start in their health careers. The Mountain Institute did not provide funding for the facilities or the equipment that was placed in those facilities.
The Community College also added five new allied health credits programs at the Center this year. They are Phlebotomy, Nursing Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Medical Assistant and Health Information Technology.
Community College and JTED students from the Mountain Institute will be using new fully-equipped medical assistant exam rooms, phlebotomy blood draw lab, hospital rooms and classrooms.
The College also offers non-credit Allied Health offerings are Caregiver and Certified Nursing Assistant Bridge to Caregiver Training.
The following are three of the many photos supplied the District Governing Board in its September agenda. These photos show only a small part of the renovation at the Prescott Valley Center. You may view all the photos contained in the Governing Board agenda by clicking here.