Southwest Tech Health Programs are committed to student success!
To ensure the success of our students, we offer the following services to assist our students.
- Health Records Office
The College Health Records Office is required to produce affiliation reports for students entering all health-related fields, childcare and dental assistance programs. Depending on program requirements, students need to complete an immunization/communicable disease history, TB skin testing history, and documentation of a current physical. These forms must be completed and reviewed by the college health educator for approval.
Costs of the health requirements are the responsibility of the student.
Important Forms and Information:
- Auto-Tutorial Lab (ATL)
The Nursing and Health Occupations Auto-Tutorial Lab (ATL) is a valuable resource center for students enrolled in nursing or allied-health programs to enhance their classroom learning. Nursing students are required to utilize resources in the ATL lab as part of their nursing courses. The ATL is equipped to accommodate auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles, and is staffed with an assistant who helps students locate resources and maintains an environment conducive to learning.
- Resource textbooks (Nursing and Allied Health)
- Computer simulations / CD ROMs
- Computerized test banks
- Nursing articles from professional journals
- Reference materials: pamphlets, brochures
- Medical dictionaries, PDR's, etc.
- Computer workstations
- Copy machine
- Human Patient Simulator (HPS) Lab
The Human Patient Simulator (HPS) Lab provides space for nursing students to learn and practice basic skills and more advanced nursing interventions in simulated outpatient and hospital settings using a mix of anatomical models and high-fidelity simulators.
Use of the HPS Lab is built into most clinical courses; individual appointments for practice or special project work can be arranged.
- Resources for Success
Services are available to help students achieve success in Southwest Tech healthcare programs.
- Individual assistance finding personal and academic resources
- Assistance utilizing campus resources
- Referrals to off-campus community resources
- Student advocacy and support
- Mentor program