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Health Information Technology and Medical Coding

Future HIT and Medical Coding Students

Interested in becoming a Health Information Technician?  Get more information about this high demand career. 

Current HIT and Medical Coding Students

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Meet the Faculty and Staff

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HIT Program Mission Statement

The mission of the Health Information Technology program is to offer an Associate in Applied Science degree designed to provide the healthcare community with a competent entry-level Health Information Technician prepared to work in various settings. The program is committed to the student’s educational and professional development by emphasizing state-of-the art instruction and curriculum that integrates general, core ability, and technical skills so learners will succeed in reaching their goals.