Lakeland's health techologies programs periodically hold virtual open house sessions for prospective students to learn more about our programs. Many of those information sessions are now on demand for you to view at your convenience! More on demand information sessions will be posted to this page as they become available.
See a full list of our health technology programs here!
Watch our information session with HIM program director Christine Jerson. As a 20+ year industry veteran, she brings a wealth of knowledge and know-how to provide you info to get started in a career that offers work from home opportunities and no patient care.
Watch our info session with histotechnology program director Karen Stiffler. She brings in-depth knowledge and experience of this behind-the-scenes, no-patient-contact laboratory work that is so vitally important in disease diagnosis.
Watch our info session with medical assisting program director Denise Lash. If you'd like to work in a medical office doing outpatient care, this might be a career path for you!
Watch our MLT info session. Learn about this degree program where techs perform tests in all areas of the clinical laboratory using intricate precision instruments such as automated analyzers, microscopes and electronic counters and are an important part of the diagnostic team.
Watch our info session with OTA program director Barry Artis. If you are looking for a rewarding career helping others to regain mobility to function in their daily lives, being an OTA might be the right fit for you.
Watch our phlebotomy info session. Learn how a patient-centric career as a phlebotomy technician is critical to the laboratory, as they collect quality samples from patients to produce quality laboratory results.
Watch our virtual information session with Physical Therapist Assistant Program Director Laurie Daigle. See why PTAs are #9 on the Best Healthcare Support Jobs list according to U.S News & World Report! New program cohorts will begin each spring semester.
Watch our info session with polysomnography program director Dr. Erin Toth. Do you see yourself staying up all night and working in health care? Listen in to hear why this mom decided to pursue becoming a sleep tech. Perhaps this diagnostic field might be right for you!