Health Information Technology (HIT)



Health Information Technology (HIT) is a rapidly growing and evolving field with strong demand for skilled professionals. TCC’s nationally accredited HIT associate degree program is among the leading programs in Washington State. We provide a combination of medical and business knowledge that prepares graduates for successful administrative careers in hospitals, clinics, physician practices, skilled nursing facilities and state and federal health agencies.

The TCC HIT program offers several options, including one degree program and three certificate programs. All programs are offered in a full online learning format. Students are required to have frequent, reliable internet access. For those new to online learning or wanting more online expertise, we suggest taking the 2-credit TCC course OLL 101 (Online Learning 101).

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Corinne Jarvis, M.Ed., RHIA, CHDA


Our Faculty


Dona AubreyFor last names A-L:

Dona Aubrey, BS, RHIT


Jonathan EastabrooksFor last names M-Z:

Jonathan Eastabrooks, RHIA, MBA


Other Healthcare Programs at TCC

There are a variety of ways to work in the health care industry. TCC is fortunate to offer a number of educational programs in Health Sciences that might be of interest. In order to assist prospective students in fully understanding their training options, we encourage your review of the electronic version of our Health Careers Program Overview Information Session.

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Health Science Program Overview – Narrative (PDF)

After watching the online version of our information session, please join us via Zoom Lobby for an upcoming question/answer opportunity. Please note: You will be admitted to the conversation in the order you arrive. Please consider joining us anytime within the scheduled hour. You are also welcome to contact our Advising office with specific questions at 253-566-6091 or 

Zoom Lobby Sessions 


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Wednesday, November 17 Q and A (drop in) 6-7 pm Join the zoom session
Thursday, December 9 Q and A (drop in) 4-5 pm Join the zoom session
Tuesday, January 4 Program Overview 3:30-5 pm Join the zoom session
Thursday, February 3 Program Overview (followed by building tour) 1:30-3 pm In person, building 13, room 122
Wednesday, February 23 Q and A (drop in) 6-7 pm Join the zoom session
Tuesday, March 15 Program Overview 3:30-5 pm Join the zoom session


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