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New EMT certification course available for Davie High students

November 25, 2019 – Nine Davie High School seniors will soon enter a new classroom with the same basic objective. They want to learn how to save lives. A new Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course will begin this spring through Davie High School and Davidson County Community College. It will allow students to simultaneously earn […]

DCCC faculty, students publish research in their fields

August 5, 2019 – Across the nation, the winds have shifted for universities and colleges. Four-year universities used to be powerhouses for research and breakthrough innovation in nearly every academic discipline imaginable. And yet, community college faculty have begun to enter the formerly exclusive camps of their colleagues at these large, four-year institutions. Over the […]

DCCC to Host Free Health Fair Open to the Public

March 25, 2018 – Davidson County Community College will host a community health fair on March 21 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Rittling Conference Center located on the Davidson Campus. The event features over 30 health and wellness vendors and is free and open to the public. Vendors like the YMCA, Smart Start, Thomasville Medical […]

34rd Annual Central Piedmont Emergency Services College

January 31, 2018 – Davidson County Community College (DCCC) will continue its role in supporting emergency services personnel and promoting safety in the community by hosting the 34th annual Central Piedmont Emergency Services College. The college will provide classes for fire, rescue and public safety professionals from February 5 -11 at the Davidson Campus. Certification […]

DCCC Online Paramedic Programs Rank Second in the Nation

In a recent ranking by bestcolleges.com, Davidson County Community College’s online paramedic programs are second in the entire nation. The bestcolleges.com website states that its ranking methodology evaluates schools “on the merits of academic strengths, positive student outcomes, course offerings, and virtual classroom experience for online students.” The ranking highlights DCCC’s various paramedic programs, including EMT certifications and an Associate […]

DCCC Recognizes New Nurses at Pinning Ceremony

May 15, 2015 – Davidson County Community College recognized 45 new Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) graduates during a candlelight pinning ceremony Thursday night at the Edward C. Smith Civic Center in Lexington. Dr. Yolanda Hyde, assistant professor of Adult Health Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and current president of the North Carolina League for […]


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Two New Faculty Members Join DCCC’s School of Health, Wellness and Public Safety

March 11, 2015 – Davidson County Community College welcomes two new faculty members to the School of Health, Wellness and Public Safety. Renee Fortenberry serves as program director/faculty for Surgical Technology and Central Sterile Processing, new programs that start admitting students this fall. Brandy Clarke joins the Associate Degree Nursing faculty team.  Fortenberry oversees the organization, […]

DCCC to Offer New Surgical Technology and Central Sterile Processing Programs This Fall

March 11, 2015 – Davidson County Community College starts new programs in Surgical Technology and Central Sterile Processing in fall 2015 that will supply area health care facilities with qualified health care professionals in these fields. The host site for both programs is the Davie Medical Center – Mocksville surgical suite. Renee Fortenberry, recently hired to […]

DCCC Hosts Emergency Services College

 Feb 18, 2015 – Davidson County Community College welcomed hundreds of emergency services and public safety personnel as well as many members of the community to campus for the 31st Annual Central Piedmont Emergency Services College Feb. 9-15. Co-sponsored by the Davidson County Public Safety Association, the event prepares first responders for the many scenarios and challenges […]

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