Health Careers Resource Center

Educating More Health Professionals Sooner

The DCCCD Health Careers Resource Center (HCRC) provides a transformational experience for future health professionals and the health care community. By connecting students to the right health career for them, the HCRC accelerates student completion and employment. The HCRC also coordinates partnerships with local health care employers to place graduates in some of the most needed health professions positions in North Texas.

HELIX Applicant System

The HCRC HELIX applicant system connects health care industry employers with DCCCD health professions students and graduates to promote employment opportunities. Through HELIX, health care industry employers gain first-look access to qualified nurses and allied health professionals.

Health Professions at DCCCD

Each year, DCCCD produces hundreds of health care professionals, including over 400 nurses, through the following programs:

  • Dental Assisting
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • Echocardiology Technology
  • EKG Technician
  • EMS and Paramedic
  • Health Information Technology
  • Home Health and Hospice Aide
  • Insurance Billing and Coding
  • Invasive Cardiovascular Technology
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Medical Assisting
  • Medical Front Office
  • Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Medical Practice Manager
  • Medical Staff Services
  • Medication Aide
  • Nursing
  • Nursing Assistant/Patient Care Technician
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Phlebotomy
  • Physical Therapy Aide
  • Radiologic Services
  • Respiratory Care
  • Social Work
  • Sterile Processing
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Surgical Technology
  • Veterinary Technology

State-of-the-Art Learning Experiences

DCCCD’s health professions programs utilize state-of-the-art simulation labs to give students real-life learning experiences. These cutting edge facilities provides realistic, hands-on experience for students as they prepare for clinical training.

A number of DCCCD colleges offer Associate Degrees in Nursing (ADN) programs and provide seamless matriculation to automatic admission into four-year university BSN programs.  DCCCD nursing graduates pass state licensure exams at a full five percent higher than the state average.

After graduating from a DCCCD college with an ADN nursing degree, students can earn a BSN in as little as 13 months while working in the nursing field.

Private donations build capacity and ensure success. While DCCCD receives a variety of funding from public sources like federal, state and local grants, federal appropriations, and workforce development grants, these sources of funding vary widely in both amount and scope. Your donation today will help provide qualified, compassionate health care providers for the North Texas region.

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HCRC Contact

Tori Correll
Director of Foundation and Corporate Partnerships
214-378-1571
vcorrell@dcccd.edu