Division of Allied Health
 
   
 
Allied Health Programs of Study

ADN Associate Degree Nursing
Practical Nursing Program
Nursing Assistant Program
Medical Lab Technology Program
EMT Basic Emergency Medical Technician
Phlebotomy Program
Allied Health Faculty


Graduates will find rewarding positions in medical facilities, such as hospitals, physicians' offices, laboratories, the Health Department, home health, ambulance services, and many more. The Career Services Office at PCCUA will provide assistance in finding the right position.

Contact Information

  Phone Helena: 870-338-6474  
  Phone DeWitt: 870-946-3506  
  FAX: 870-338-7542  
  Postal address: PO Box 785
Helena, AR 72342
 
  MLT/Phlebotomy Information: Claude Rector  
  Nursing /EMT Information: Amy Hudson, Dean of Allied Health  
     

 
The Allied Health Division at Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas provides the education and skills required to become successful in the health care field.  
  • Allied Health Programs are designed with employment of graduates as one of the major goals.
  • Classes are small at PCCUA, guaranteeing individual and  personal attention.
  • The latest technology is used in:
    • Classrooms
    • Laboratories
    • Hospitals and other health care facilities

 Allied Health Programs

ADN Associate Degree Nursing
Practical Nursing Program
Nursing Assistant Program
Medical Lab Technology Program
EMT Basic Emergency Medical Technician
Phlebotomy Program
Allied Health Faculty

 



 
     
 
DeWitt Campus, (870) 946-3506  Helena-West Helena Campus,  (870) 338-6474   Stuttgart Campus (870) 673-4201
Street Address:
PCCUA Helena, Campus Drive, Helena-West Helena AR 72342| PCCUA DeWitt, 1210 Rice Belt Ave, DeWitt AR 72042| PCCUA Stuttgart, 2807 Hwy 165 South, Stuttgart, AR  72160-2408