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The Need for Allied Health Professionals

The National Center for Workforce Analysis reports that more than 50% of states reported shortages of allied health personnel and California ranks 48th among states in per capita health services employment.  This will get worse as the total population of California grows 39% through 2020 and the over 65 population grows 58%.  

The Health Occupations Fundamental Certificate is designed to introduce students to various health care professions and obtain the basic information required to work in this sector.  

 
 

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Allied Health Office

Instructional Center (INST) 2015

818-833-3428 (Voicemail ONLY. Please send an e-mail.)

AlliedHealth@lamission.edu


Crescentia Muljawan
Senior Office Assistant
muljawc@lamission.edu
818-833-3428
Instructional Bldg. Room 2015

Aracely Molina
CNA/HHA Program Director
molinaa2@lamission.edu - 818 833-3436
Instructional Bldg. - Faculty Office #13  (1st floor)
www.lamission.edu/~molinaa2

Par Mohammadian, RPh, PhD
Vice Chair of Life Sciences Department
mohammp@lamission.edu - 818 833-3424
Center for Math & Sciences - CMS 221 (Rm. 238)
www.lamission.edu/~mohammp

Dr. Stephen T. Brown
Chair of Life Sciences Department
brownst@lamission.edu - 818 364-7665
Center for Math & Sciences - CMS 227
www.lamission.edu/~brownst