Orange County, Irvine Campus Address:
2041 Business Center Drive, Suite 107, Irvine, CA 92612
Tel: (949) 794-9090
Fax: (949) 794-9094
Los Angeles, Alhambra Campus Address:
2215 W. Mission Road, Alhambra, CA 91803
Tel: (949) 794-9090
Fax: (949) 794-9094
Addresses Where Instruction is Offered
Stanbridge University provides instruction for on-campus courses at 2021, 2041 and 2061 Business Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92612. The Branch Campus provides instruction for on-campus courses at 2215 W. Mission Road, Alhambra, CA 91803.
The university provides instruction for clinical and fieldwork courses in off-campus facilities that are contracted by the university for this purpose.
Stanbridge University also offers online education not offered in real time. Coursework is completed at a location determined by the student.
Stanbridge University delivers some courses in an online format with the first class session only held on campus and/or a clinical component.
|IRVINE MAIN CAMPUS|
|Occupational Therapy Assistant||108||Associate of Occupational Science Degree|
|Veterinary Technology||112.5||Associate of Science Degree|
|Nursing (Degree Completion)||180||Bachelor of Science Degree|
|Occupational Therapy||121.5||Master of Science Degree|
|Nursing||119.5||Associate of Science Degree|
|Physical Therapist Assistant||122||Associate of Science Degree|
|LOS ANGELES, ALHAMBRA BRANCH CAMPUS|
|Occupational Therapy Assistant*||108||Associate of Occupational Science Degree|
|*Currently program is seeking independent approval through its programmatic accreditor.|
Maximum Number of Students in a Typical Classroom or Laboratory
- The maximum number of students and instructors assigned to any given lecture classroom or laboratory may be determined by the applicable programmatic accrediting or approval body requirements; and
- typical classroom lecture settings range from approximately 25 to 64 students. Typical laboratory settings range from approximately 18 to 45 students
Workshops are prefixed with the acronym EXT and currently include the following:
EXT 1005 Introduction to Wound Care: 1 Day, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Each year, millions of people suffer from acute and chronic non-healing wounds. Because non-healing wounds are one of the most significant complications of disease, healthcare organizations seek professionals skilled in proper wound care. Workshop topics include: wound assessment guidelines; wound care procedures; stages of wounds and ulcers; infections and treatments; and skin integrity.
EXT 1006 Infection Prevention and Control: 1 Day, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
According to the Department of Health and Human Services, 1 in every 20 hospitalized patients will develop a healthcare-associated infection (HAI), making HAIs one of the leading causes of death and illness in the U.S. In your professional career, you will need to know how to safely handle and help prevent the spread of HAIs. Course topics include: identify infection prevention programs; identify hospital-acquired infections “HAI’s”; identify the HAI’s and organisms most common in hospitals, chain of infection and mode of transmission; identify portals of entry and exit of infection; promoting a culture of safety and making a difference; standard precautions and hand hygiene; demonstrate proper use of personal protective equipment; describe transmission-based precautions and reasons for their use; and post-exposure procedures.
EXT 1007 Hospice Care: 1 Day, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
As the demand for skilled hospice care professionals grows, many home care and senior living facilities will be looking for candidates with requisite experience. As a healthcare professional, this workshop can help increase your visibility as a potential hospice and healthcare employee. Course topics include: types of comfort care including pain management; communication between patient, family, and medical team; and how to assist family with mental and spiritual needs.
EXT 1009 Dementia Care: 1 Day, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
“My Patient Has Dementia: How to Prevent/Deescalate Challenging Behaviors in a Hospital Setting”. Learn how changes in the brain map to changes in your patient’s personality and behavior; learn how to adjust your approach so that you don’t contribute to their anxiety/agitation; and gain tips and tools that can help you reduce and even prevent agitation and challenging behavior.