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Division Office

ICB 2800
1500 W Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone:
   HHS (309) 268-8740
   Nursing (309) 268-8750
Fax: (309) 268-7958
Email: HHS Office

Dean

Becky LaMont

Division Secretaries

Darcia Gillan
Monica Fuller - Nursing

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Welcome

Emergency Medical Services

If you like variety, being active and using specialized healthcare skills to serve others, consider Emergency Medical Services. Heartland offers a variety of EMS certificates that allow you to contribute to your community through employment or as a volunteer. Visit http://www.heartland.edu for more information.

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Early Childhood Education

Supporting the development of pre-school age learners is a highly rewarding profession and offers enormous benefits to society. Graduates of Heartland's Early Childhood Education program enjoy career options in many settings including child care centers, Head Start and preschool programs. Visit http://www.heartland.edu for more information.

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Welcome to the Health and Human Services Division at Heartland Community College. The Health and Human Services Division provides students with diverse courses and programs of study designed to address various needs throughout our community college district.

The Criminal Justice Studies program provides students with the knowledge and skills that will be needed in the fields of policing and law enforcement. The Early Childhood Education program provides students with the knowledge and skills essential for success as an early childhood educator or family services professional and students gain practical experience in the Child Development Lab. The Emergency Medical Services, Health, Medical Transcription, Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, and Radiography programs and courses prepare graduates to meet the health needs of the community.

Sincerely,


Becky LaMont
Dean of Health & Human Services
Director of Nursing Education