Health Professions Division


Photo: Michael Gawronski, Academic Associate Vice President, Health ProfessionsWelcome to the Health Professions web site.  On behalf of the Division, I want you to know that the College has no objective more important than to assure excellence in our academic programs and the success of our students.  Please take a moment to explore the many options available to you and examine our rigorous programs that prepare competent, entry-level health care professionals.

The Division includes the following departments: Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Imaging, Clinical Laboratory Science, Movement Sciences, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA), Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), Athletics & Recreation, and Online Learning and offers the following degrees and certificates:  A.A.S in Dental Hygiene, A.S. in Exercise Studies, A.A.S in Medical Laboratory Technology, Phlebotomy, A.A.S. in Nursing, A.A.S. in Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.A.S. in Physical Therapist Assistant, and A.A.S. in Radiologic Technology.  Additionally, through the Hudson Valley Educational Consortium, the Division offers the A.A.S. in Emergency Management degree program.  Complete information about all of our degree and certificate programs is available in the College Catalog, which is entirely online.  In collaboration with SUNY Orange Continuing Education, the Division offers continuing education opportunities and health related certificate programs.

As a community service, the Dental Hygiene Department provides a low cost Dental Clinic. The Dental Hygiene program is committed to providing their patients with the best patient-centered treatment possible; while providing our students with an excellent learning experience.

The newly created Center for Assistive and Rehabilitative Technology is a collaboration of community partners and the College.  The center’s mission is to “To help children and adults with disabilities enhance their lives, increase their independence and productivity, and gain greater social inclusion through the use of leading-edge assistive technology”.

Please note that admissions to our health professions programs are competitive, therefore, every year we have more applicants than the number of seats available in the programs. Unfortunately, not everybody can be accepted.  Before you apply, please make sure you understand exactly what’s required by visiting the Admissions web site and by reading the Instructions for Health Professions Applicants.  You will also want to visit the individual departmental web sites to read the specific admissions process and policies.  If you have additional questions, or don’t understand something that’s required, you should contact the Department Chair for clarification.

Thank you for your interest in our Health Professions programs.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.

Michael Gawronski, Associate Vice President for Health Professions