Preventative Care Center
The Preventative Care Center at Cuyahoga Community College’s Metro Campus is an educational center where students from the Dietetic Technology, Medial Assisting, Occupational Therapy Assisting, and Physical Therapy Assistant programs are able to gain valuable, hands-on experience in their related fields while practicing with participants. All students are under the direct supervision of licensed professionals. Members of the community as well as Tri-C faculty, staff and students are welcomed to participate for a nominal participation fee. Participants must be 18 years or older. The PCC does not require a doctor’s referral to utilize its services.
Preventative Care Center Services
All PCC services are rendered by students under the supervision of faculty/allied health professionals solely as an educational training experience. Anyone receiving services from the PCC is a participant in an educational training experience and participants should not construe their participation as a medical procedure, medical diagnosis, medical treatment, and/or medical examination. Participants are not under the medical care of PCC staff/student(s), and therefore, participants should consult with a physician(s) regarding any health concern(s) they may have. The PCC is under no obligation to accept a prospective participant and has no obligation to render services and may limit participation according to the needs of the program.
The Preventative Care Center will close for the spring semester on Thursday, April 25, 2019 and will reopen in September.