Health-Related Technology

Welcome to Health-Related Technology!

Do you want to gain a foundation in learning about health sciences and the healthcare industry? 

Students who are passionate about healthcare, or want to start their education rooted in the field, can learn the foundational knowledge and technical skills for any healthcare profession. Valuable experience in the industry through work-based learning opportunities are offered through our partnerships with medical offices, hospitals and other healthcare institutions.

This program prepares individuals to gain the knowledge and skills required for a job in any health occupation.

Students are taught basic skills in a variety of areas associated with healthcare settings such as health and medical services, pharmaceutical, and medical instruments and supplies. Students are prepared to apply knowledge and skills in the health occupations. Instruction is provided in basic skills in a variety of areas, such as health and medical services, pharmaceuticals, and medical instruments and supplies.

This program prepares students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary for higher education in various health occupations. Instruction is provided in the basic skills of the healthcare industry, for students who plan on pursuing nursing or other trained occupations after high school. In order to get ahead in studying healthcare or medicine, high school students enrolled in this program get valuable instruction in anatomy and physiology, the legal, ethical and economic aspects of health care, clinical laboratory procedures, basic health occupational skills, OSHA regulations, and infection control. Clinical education is an integral part of the program.


HIPAA, OSHA 10 (Healthcare), Personal Care – Direct Care Staff Person (PA Dept. of Human Services), BLS Healthcare Provider – CPR & AED (American Heart Association), First Aid (American Heart Association)

Career Opportunities:

with graduate degrees (masters, doctorate)

  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Pharmacist
  • Physical or Occupational Therapist
  • Physician
  • Physician Assistant
  • Speech & Language Pathologist

with 4-year college degrees

  • Registered Dietician
  • Registered Nurse

with 2-year college degrees

  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Radiation Technologist


  • HOSA-Future Health Professionals Student Organization
  • HOSA PA State and International Leadership Conferences
  • Gift of Life- Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Program- Student Summit
  • St. Christopher’s Hospital Internship Co-op and Summer Programs
  • Drexel University “Eat Right” Nutrition Program
  • Kensington Advocacy Program Partnership

Instructor: Ms. Maureen Kubicek