School of Health Sciences Programs
Learn more about the various programs available at the Reading Health School of Health Sciences.
Clinical Pastoral Education
The Clinical Pastoral Education program is designed for clergy, lay ministers, theology students, and other interested individuals seeking continuing education or training in hospital chaplaincy. It provides a curriculum and supervised clinical experiences focused on the cultivation of care and counseling skills that are theoretically informed and pastorally effective.
Emergency Medical Services
Looking for a career in Emergency Medical Services? Enroll in our program and train as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT).
Medical imaging plays a significant role in diagnosing and treating illness. Through a combination of clinical and classroom experiences, this 27-month program will prepare you to become an imaging professional. An affiliation agreement with Alvernia University allows students who enroll in our Medical Imaging Program to simultaneously enroll in the University’s Associate of Science in Medical Imaging Program.
The program has established an articulation agreement with:
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We have been providing exceptional nursing education since 1889. Widely recognized for excellence in classroom and clinical settings, our program will prepare you for a rewarding career as a Registered Nurse (RN).
Through an affiliation with Alvernia University, University faculty teach select science courses and English composition at the School of Health Sciences. The partnership enables graduates to qualify for the RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Completion Program.
The Paramedic Education Program offers training for prehospital services professionals. If you are an Emergency Medical Technician with one or more years of emergency care experience, you can become a Paramedic in less than a year.
If you would like to be part of a surgical team, enroll in our Surgical Technology Program. Combining instructional lectures and clinical experience, the 18-month program will prepare you for the national certification examination and to assume an entry-level position as a surgical technologist.
For more information on any of our programs, call the School of Health Sciences Office of Admissions at 484-628-0100.