Lorraine M. Smith, MBA
Stephanie Robinson, RN, MHA
Director of Nursing
PE & Athletic Director
Account Technician I
Division Office: Health Sciences Buildling (HS-1)
Phone (559) 244-2604
Fax (559) 244-2626
Online Academic Counseling Services are available. Before recieving online counseling services the following are required:
1. Attend a Nursing and Allied Health Information Orienation by clicking on Orientations.
2. View the "Frequently Asked Question" by clicking on FAQs.
Online Academic Counseling Services are avialable at counseling.scccd.edu
Health Sciences Building
Administrative Office is located in HS-1 on the corner of Weldon and Glenn Avenues across from the State Center Community College District Office.
The Health Sciences Division offers courses for fulfilling requirements in a number of occupational programs directly in the health sciences, as well as in physical education and recreation leadership.
Such courses may be taken for general interest and/or degree requirements.
Affiliation with Loma Linda University
You can earn a Certificate in Radiation Therapy or a Certificate in Nuclear Medicine from Loma Linda University on the Fresno City College campus. Loma Linda University is one of the nation's leading Universities offering degrees in medical careers.
Students interested in obtaining a Certificate in Radiation Therapy must be an ARRT Registered Radiologic Technologist. Students interested in obtaining a Certificate in Nuclear Medicine must meet one of the following requirements: An ARRT-Registered Radiologic Technologist, an ASCP-Certified Medical Technologist, be a registered nurse with at least an Associate of Science degree, or have a 4-year baccalaureate degree in one of the natural sciences.
The Loma Linda University coordinator on the FCC campus can be contacted at (559) 244-2607, and by e-mail. Visit www.llu.edu to get more information about the Loma Linda University programs.
The staff and students welcome you to the Fresno City College Dental Hygiene Clinic as a prospective patient. This clinic is primarily a teaching/learning environment and treatment is performed by students under the supervision of registered dental hygiene faculty and a licensed dentist. Treatment under instructor supervision requires more time than if performed in a private dental office. Appointments will require 2-4 hours and for many adults more than one appointment is necessary. You will be selected as a patient only if you are considered suitable as a teaching case. You may schedule an appointment on a yearly basis, unless a faculty decision is made to the contrary. Treatment at our clinic is not a substitute for routine dental examinations by your personal dentist.