Academy of Medical Sciences

  • The Medical Academy is  designed  to  expose  students  to  occupations  within  the  healthcare industry.  In addition to rigorous academic preparation, this academy helps students develop proper workplace skills, terminology, ethics, and  procedures for the  healthcare industry.  Students will certify in safety, first aid, and CPR, as required by the American Heart Association. The opportunity is available to become certified as a State Registered Nursing Assistant or Pharmacy Technician,  or certified in Allied Health.  Through the academy experience, students will also receive opportunities for clinical site work, job shadowing, internships, and mentoring in the local healthcare industry. Students may also join Health  Occupation Skills  of  America (HOSA),  which  will  help  provide leadership opportunities in the community.


    Check out all of our monthly MED Talks on the Bryan Station Medical Academy YouTube page!

    Our Mission

    The BSHS Medical Academy is dedicated to ensuring that all students graduate transition ready. We will inspire students to discover professions in the medical field and improve the health of their community.

  • All 18 of our Medicaid Nurse Aide students took their state board exams and passed! Each student is now a Certified Nursing Assistant in the state of Kentucky!

    Fall 2018 MNA  

    Abigail Garner

    Amilleon Black

    Angel Caraballo

    Ariana Rojas

    Briana Buckner

    Brooklyn Willhite

    Chandler Barret

    Corie Lindsay

    Domonique Taylor

    Hannah Allen

    Hatziry Gallegos

    Laisha Ponce

    Laura Perez Garcia

    Marissa Wheeler

    Melissa Castillejos

    Samual Lattimore

    Yukari Washington

    Zaria Robinson


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  • UK College of Pharmacy teams up with the Medical Academy!


    We’ve been selected to participate in the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Community Service Learning Fair & Kickoff! A cohort of UK Pharmacy students selected the BSHS Medical Academy as their partner for a service learning project that will span several years. This partnership provides mentorships and opens doors for our students interested in going into the pharmacy pathway.

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