Starting December 18th Amtrak will begin using a route that passes near our campus crossing 100th Street & Steilacoom Boulevard. These trains may be traveling up to 79 miles per hour
- Do not walk on or near the tracks
- Do not stop your vehicle on the tracks while waiting for traffic
- Obey signals at all times.
Upon successful completion of the Health Unit Coordinator certificate, students will:
Demonstrate correct and appropriate communication in the medical industry. Operate the nursing unit communication system.
Maintain the patients’ charts, maintain the nursing unit supplies, and perform the tasks for patient admission, transfer, discharge, and preoperative and postoperative procedures.
Practice and demonstrate the technical proficiency skills to function as an entry-level member of a health care team.
Practice and demonstrate within the professional framework of the Health Unit Coordinating.
Interact effectively with the nursing and medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital departments the functions, responsibilities, qualifications, and accountability, reflecting autonomy of practice.
Demonstrate the ability to transcribe physicians’ orders, schedule diagnostic studies and appointments for follow-up care, order and maintain supplies, and maintain clerical and patient records.