Baptist Health College Little Rock offers nine programs of study, in a variety of different fields. Each program offers excellent opportunities with real-world experience.
Please select a link below to see which program is right for you!
Medical Laboratory Science – Medical Technologists perform tests on blood and body fluids to determine the presence or absence of disease, monitor response to treatment, and aid in health maintenance.
Nuclear Medicine Technology – Nuclear Medicine Technologists utilize small amounts of radioactive pharmaceuticals for diagnosing and treating various diseases.
Occupational Therapy Assistant – Occupational Therapy Assistants help clients of all ages learn or regain the skills required to function as independently as possible with self care, work, play and leisure activities.
Patient Care Technician – Patient Care Technicians, or PCTs, work under the supervision of nurses, advanced practice personnel, and physicians to provide direct patient care of basic needs, draw labs, and perform electrocardiograms.
Practical Nursing – Under the supervision of a registered nurse, a licensed practical nurse provides direct patient bedside care such as personal hygiene, treatments, and medication administration.
Radiography – Radiographers are medical professionals who perform diagnostic x-ray examinations using ionizing radiation and assist physicians in the diagnosis of disease.
Traditional – Nurses provide and direct others in the provision of nursing care to patients in inpatient, outpatient, clinic and community healthcare settings.
LPN/Paramedic – Nurses provide and direct others in the provision of nursing care to patients in acute care settings and a variety of other healthcare agencies. The Accelerated Track is an option for Paramedics and LPN/LPTNs who wish to become a nurse.
Sleep Technology – Sleep technologists are medical professionals responsible for patient care and outpatient procedures associated with the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders.
Surgical Technology – Surgical technologists work under the supervision of a surgeon or registered nurse, and anticipate the needs of the surgeon utilize surgical equipment and provide for the needs of the patient and surgical team.