A Prescription for Healthcare Training in Tennessee

Rx-Tennessee provides Tennesseans with relevant training for careers in healthcare to meet industry demands, to serve dislocated and underemployed citizens, and to support access and supply tools for success.

Are you ...

  • Undecided on a major, but interested in healthcare?
  • A Pre-Allied Health student exploring options?
  • Interested in a credit/non-credit healthcare program?
  • Current healthcare professional looking to expand your current skills?

The Rx-Tennessee program could be a great fit for you! This program is designed to increase student success in healthcare programs. There are many free services available to Rx-Tennessee students including advising, healthcare workshops, skills enhancement, career exploration, college coaching, and much more! Contact us for more information!

Rx-Tennessee Degree Supported Programs

Many programs include combined classroom and online courses to fit your busy schedule.

Rx-Tennessee Technical Proposal

The Tennessee Board of Regents project "A Prescription for Healthcare Training in Tennessee (opens new window)" is designed to improve opportunities for Trade Act Adjustment (TAA) eligible workers and others in healthcare related training while at the same time meet the needs of the state-wide healthcare employers and industry. TAA workers are dislocated employees that lost their jobs as a result of the work going off-shore.

Arguably one of the most critical training priorities facing the nation is the need to prepare a highly skilled healthcare workforce. Ensuring Tennessee's TAA eligible, dislocated and underemployed worksers have opportunities to obtain training in healthcare fields that meet their interests, skill levels and that fit their individual circumstances is even more important in Tennessee. [Read more (PDF) (opens new window) ...], requires Adobe Reader (opens new window)

Rx-Tennessee is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration to Southwest Tennessee Community College and co-grantee Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) community colleges and Tennessee Technology Centers. Southwest Tennessee Community College is a consortium member for this project which is funded by 100 percent federal funding in the amount of $12.6M. Southwest Tennessee Community College is a TBR and AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Executive Director of Human Resources and Affirmative Action, 737 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103, 901-333-5760.