Allied Health Program


In this program, students will:

Explore a range of medical-career opportunities and gain knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology and infection control during a half-day program that meets at Berger OhioHealth in Circleville or at the Industrial Drive campus in Chillicothe while pursuing academics at your home school.

  • State Tested Nursing Assistant

  • OSHA 10-hour

  • Phlebotomy/EKG

  • Lean Six Sigma (yellow/green)

  • Medical Assisting

  • First Aid/CPR

Students can earn up to 3 college credits upon successful completion of program courses.

Patient Care Assistant, Home Health Aide, Hospice Care, Clinical Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, Medical Assisting, and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).

Tammy Tipton Allied Health Circleville Instructor



Tammy Tipton



*New Location for Fall '23: OhioHealth Berger - Circleville

Libby McVickers Allied Health Instructor



Catherine McVicker



1410 Industrial Drive. Chillicothe, OH. 45601


"I got my STNA in high school and I got my phlebotomy license in high school as well. I think it really helped me focus on where I wanted to go."


   Class of 2022

"Allied Health prepared me to be a quality employee for Adena Health System."


   Class of 2023

"Pickaway-Ross Allied Health Class has helped me find my way into the medical field and has created great opportunities for my future."


   Class of 2024

"This class has given me a head start to my nursing/health care career through it's opportunities - all while being a high school student."


   Class of 2024

"The Allied Health program has given me a start to a long career in health care - allowing me to receive many needed certifications!"


   Class of 2024

"This class has helped me pave a pathway in the medical field for my future through the certifications and skills I've acquired. This opportunity will benefit me for years to come."


   Class of 2024

Where are they being employed?

Available Pathways after Graduation

Being a student in the Allied Health program allows you to participate in the Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) SkillsUSA. Through it's membership, you'll get to put your skills to the test against other CTC students. You'll also get to attend several local field trips throughout the year.

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Enjoying dinner after a day of Skills USA State competitions
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Participate as a member of this career and technical student organization.

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