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  • Images featuring students in PCC Health Programs - Dental Hygiene students performaning an exam, paramedic students pushing patient on bed, nursing student working with educational dummy.
  • Be in High Demand in a Rewarding Career Helping Others

    Healthcare is one of the fastest growing career sectors in the U.S. workforce. There are many opportunities to break into the growing job market from being a paramedic to an occupational therapy assistant. (See a complete list of our programs below.) There is something for everyone! Not only are there choices, but there is also opportunity to be in a high paying rewarding career as well. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, with an associate degree, you can make as much as $80,000 or more depending on the job market and career sector you are working in. 

    Why Choose PCC?
    Our healthcare programs provide simulated learning in a real hospital setting.

    Pueblo Community College’s health programs have a unique and innovative partnership with St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center (SMC) that provides our students the opportunity to learn in leading-edge simulated training environments. Our students attend classes at SMC in real hospital settings complete with patient rooms, a nursing station, pill dispensary, special maternity room and an operating room with the opportunity to even learn using a human cadaver. Our innovative learning practices using state-of-the-art simulation not only prepare our students to be successful on the job but also keeps them engaged through active learning.

  • Specialized Training Opportunities

    Qualified Medication Administration Person (QMAP)

    Pueblo Community College is recognized by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) as an Approved Training Entity and is looking for students interested in becoming a Qualified Medication Administration Person (QMAP). This 2 day course will qualify you to administer medications in authorized settings including assisted living residences, alternative care facilities, residential child care facilities, secure residential treatment centers and state certified adult day programs. For more information and class schedule contact: eva.tapia@pueblocc.edu or 719-549-3483.

    Certified Addiction Counselor Level I
    Pueblo Community College offers Certified Addiction Counselor Level I classes. These courses cover multiple subjects, including professional ethics, principles of addiction, counseling skills and pharmacology. Each course lasts two or three days. The full series can be completed in one semester and amounts to eight credits. Students then are required to complete 1,000 hours of supervised training to receive CAC I certification from the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health. Those interested in enrolling must have a high school diploma or GED. For more information, call 719-549-3198.

  • Contact Us

    Pueblo Campus
    Bonnie Housh

    Southwest Colorado Community College
    Regional Academic Director
    Colton Bjerke