The Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science is committed to meeting the clinical laboratory workforce needs of the geographic region. Our mission is to provide excellence in education through activities that support quality clinical practice. The Center accomplishes this by providing innovative curricula and working in partnership with academic institutions and clinical laboratories in the Rocky Mountain West.
The Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science is a program of Metropolitan State University of Denver and was established in 1962 under the auspices of St. Lukes Hospital. In 1983 the program came under the joint sponsorship of Presbyterian and St. Lukes Medical Centers. In March 1988 the School moved to The PSL Center for Health Sciences Education. In 1995 the school sponsor became HealthONE Alliance which was formed to reflect the organizations expanded role as a partner with seven Denver metro area hospitals. In 2005 HealthONE Alliance became The Colorado Health Foundation. Today The Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science reflects both its historical roots and its affiliations with the regions laboratory community and its academic sponsor Metropolitan State University of Denver.
About the Program
The Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science offers a post-BS level professional certificate programs in medical laboratory science, historically known as medical technology.
Medical Center of Aurora North Campus serves as the program campus, providing space for teaching laboratories and classrooms.
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