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Cowley hosts successful Health & Human Services Day
Learning about Cowley College’s exciting and dynamic educational programs, 80 individuals took part in the Health & Human Services Day event Wednesday at the school’s main campus in Arkansas City.
Participants had an opportunity to interact with faculty and current Cowley students, as well as explore hands-on displays from local employers.
Highlights included: Airbrush make-up demonstrations and tutorials, Criminal Justice state-of-the-art use of force simulator, CPR and medical simulation demonstrations, special effects makeup hands-on sessions, and a Controlled Force hand-to-hand defensive tactics exhibition. read more
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Cowley, the site of The Difficult Airway course
one of only two paramedic programs in the nation to offer The Difficult
Airway course as part of its core curriculum, Cowley College is
conducting the intensive two-day, national level course designed
for paramedics, critical care transport nurses, physicians and
other advanced providers, Thursday and Friday in Arkansas City. read
Students receive Pre-Hospital
total of 36 paramedic students took part in the Pre-Hospital
Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) certification program held Thursday
at Cowley College’s main campus in Arkansas City and
Friday at the school’s Allied Health Center in Winfield. read
read more about the
Mobile Intensive Care Technician program at Cowley College's
Allied Health Center.
CMA & CNA
Call 620.221.3392 for more information.
Paramedic program graduate excelling in EMS field
Josh Adcock, a 2011 graduate of Cowley College’s paramedic program, was recently named the 2014 Muskogee County EMS Paramedic of the Year and Muskogee County EMS Employee of the Year.
Adcock is currently a paramedic supervisor at Muskogee County EMS. He also serves as a tactical (SWAT) medic and is a commissioned police officer. read more
Cowley offering EMT class at Wellington Fire and EMS Station
Cowley College is offering an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class at the Wellington Fire and EMS Station. Classes begin August 16 and run through Dec. 13.
Classes will be held each Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The class is ideal for working adults. Chris Cannon, Allied Health Department Chair and Director of EMS Education, said the program attempts to offer the class in different communities. read more
Students honored during Paramedic Program graduation
Graduation for nine students in Cowley College’s Paramedic Program was held Thursday, April 11 in the Earle N. Wright Community Room at the school’s main campus in Arkansas City. The program completed the AAS degree requirements for the graduates. read more
Cannon shares life saving tips to employees at Morton Buildings Inc.
Cannon, Department Chair of Health & Human Services and Director
of EMS Education, taught a HeartSaver class to eight members of
the Morton Buildings Inc. safety team Monday morning at Strother
Field in Winfield. read more
Cowley hosting nationally
recognized CCEMTP course
College, in association with the University of Maryland,
Baltimore County and Wichita’s Wesley Medical Center,
is hosting the nationally recognized Critical Care Emergency
Medical Transport Program June 4-15 in the Earle N. Wright
Community Room. read
Term Adult Health Care Administrator Training
(Nursing Home Administrator)
Learn more about the career
opportunities available to graduates of this program.
EMS Education receives high praise
The Committee on Accreditation
of Educational Programs for the EMS Profession recently conducted
a site visit at Cowley College’s Allied Health Center in
Winfield. The committee is recommending continued full accreditation
without any progress reports for Cowley’s EMS Education. read
Tactical Classes for EMS
and Law Enforcement
Cowley College’s Advanced Tactical EMS class is held every