Allied Health Preview Days

Location: Dublin Campus, Library (LLH Building) & Sandersville Campus, Room 450L

Choose your preferred location for this great event!

  • June 13th – Dublin Campus, Library, 10:00 am & 6:00 pm
  • June 15th – Sandersville Campus, Room 450L, 10:00 am & 6:00 pm

Allied Health faculty and staff will discuss each program and provide tours of the labs. Admissions and Financial Aid Staff will be to assist with college applications and FAFSA.

Want to learn more now?

Oconee Fall Line Technical College can help you achieve your career goals in two years or less, providing high-quality, local, and affordable education in 100+ associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs. Take an online look now at the various programs of study available at OFTC in these Allied Health departments:

Diagnostic Medical Sonography
From helping expectant mothers get a glimpse of their unborn babies to capturing images that lead to a lifesaving early diagnosis, sonographers make a lasting impact in the lives of their patients.

Healthcare Assistant / Nurse Aide
CNA’s play a vital role in today’s healthcare environment, assisting the medical staff and also providing physical care and emotional and spiritual support for patients, truly making a difference in the lives of patients and families.

Medical Assisting
Medical Assistants and Phlebotomists are often responsible for clinical tasks that assist and support the doctor and other medical staff.

Nurses – patient advocates and skilled care providers – make up the majority of workers in the U.S. healthcare industry. The need for nurses is growing to meet the healthcare needs of a growing number of patients.

Pharmacy Technology
A higher level of education and completing an accredited pharmacy technician training program at OFTC can help you become a more attractive job candidate, advance quicker, and boost your pharmacy technician salary.

Radiologic Technology
Radiologic technologists make up the third-largest group of health care professionals—surpassed in number only by physicians and nurses. Rad Techs create images of patients’ bodies using medical equipment to help doctors diagnose and treat diseases and injuries.

Respiratory Care
Respiratory Therapists work with doctors and nurses to help manage and improve breathing in the body of patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly.