Health Occupations

With Houston being home to what is known as one of the best medical communities in the world, we know our healthcare workers and employers are looking to stay at the top of their game. Kickstart your career with our CNA Training, prep for your HESI A2 Test, or prepare for a career in medical offices in our Medical Office Professional course.

Our programs provide opportunities for both the most novice of learners to the experts of the field. Get your footing in the field or freshen up on your skills today.
Certified Nurse Aide Students Reviewing Chart

Certified Nurse Aide

The CNA program at San Jacinto College provides students with the training, skills, knowledge and abilities to care for patients in long-term care facilities. Students learn to provide safety and preventative measures in the care of patients as well as how to function as a member of the healthcare team.

Students are trained for entry-level employment in long-term facilities, hospitals and doctor offices through classroom time and 60 hours of clinical practice.

EMS Students giving emergency care to patient

Emergency Health

If you looking to to further your career in emergency health, San Jac's program with provide you with the certifications and training necessary.

Earn your initial certification and recertification in CPR with our CPR Healthcare Providers course or earn your state license as a paramedic with our RN to Paramedic course, offered both online and with a clinical professional.

Health Care Student

Health Care Professional

At the most basic level of any career, it is essential to understand applicable laws, ethics, and terminology. Show up to your first day of work ahead of the game with our Medical Law/Ethics for Health Professions and Essentials Medical Terminology courses. 

In this program, students will also have the opportunity to prepare for their HESI A2 Test or EKG Technician certification exam with our prep courses.  

Medical Imaging Student

Medical Imaging

Explore your interest in the medical imaging field or fine-tune your techniques with San Jacinto College's Medical Imaging program.

Students are empowered to learn with our hands-on courses, including Clinical I & II Computed Tomography, Clinical - Mammography Technician, and Clincal I - Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Medical Office Students

Medical Office

The Medical Office Professional program at San Jacinto College prepares students to work in a medical office setting and provides a foundation for more advanced medical records careers. Students learn to maintain medical facility records, record patient data on computers, schedule patients for their procedures and appointments, and process medical billing and insurance claims.

Foundational and practical knowledge of office procedures, medical records, medical terminology and pathology is important in careers at larger facilities like hospitals and surgical centers as well as smaller out-patient clinics and doctor’s offices.

Phlebotomy Student

Phlebotomy Technician

The Phlebotomy Technician program will teach students how to properly use vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. 

In this program, students garner work-based learning experience with direct client care. These courses enable students to apply the theory, skills and concepts learned in basic phlebotomy class in a supervised clinic or lab setting.

Four Ways to Register


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Visit one of our convenient locations at the following campuses to register.

Central Campus: Interactive Learning Center,
Room C-1.128, 8060 Spencer Hwy., Pasadena

North Campus: Slovacek Student Center Building,
Room N-12.212, 5800 Uvalde Road, Houston

South Campus: Administration Bldg., Room S-8.1403,
13735 Beamer Road, Houston


Register for your course online. Each course schedule will only show available classes in that instructional area. Begin the registration process by selecting the course schedule that interests you.

Register Online


Fax or Email

Download and complete this registration form, then fax or email it at any time. We process forms during normal business hours. For students under 18 years of age, please complete the Parent Waiver Form.


Central Campus
Fax: 281-476-1833

North Campus
Fax: 281-459-7196

South Campus
Fax: 281-922-3422


Call 281-542-2020 to register by phone.
Please have your personal information, as well as the course you'd like to take, ready when you call.


Contact Us

For more information on enrollment requirements, or for customized Group and Contract Training, please contact the Continuing and Professional Development Health Occupations department at healthoccupations& or by phone at 281-542-2067.

Josephine Gonzalez
Sr Administrative Assistant
(281) 542-2067