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The Medical Education Campus (MEC) is located in Springfield and offers quality education to more than 3,500 students each year.

The Medical Education Campus (MEC) is a technologically sophisticated specialized campus dedicated to the education and preparation of Nursing and Health Science professionals with a strong commitment to workforce development and continuing education.

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Academics

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Associate Degrees are offered in: Nursing (RN), Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT), Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA), Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA), Radiography-Diagnostic Imaging (RT-R), Diagnostic Medical Sonography (RDMS, RDCS or RVT), Respiratory Therapy (CRT) and (RRT), Health Information Management (RHIT), Dental Hygiene (RDH) and Emergency Medical Services (EMT-P).

Certificate Programs are offered in: Clinical Data Coding, Dental Assisting, Medical Laboratory Assisting, and Phlebotomy.

Numerous pre-employment and healthcare career enhancement programs are offered by the MEC's Workforce Development Division.

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Services

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NOVA offers a variety of services to assist you along your educational journey. NOVA is committed to helping you reach your goals by assisting you every step of the way.

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Campus Hours & Information

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Find general information and hours of operation for the Medical Campus.

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Maps & Directions

Parking

The Medical Education Campus has a five-level parking garage attached to the building for Visitors, Students and Faculty

Level 1:  Reserved for Hourly Pay Customers ONLY

Levels 2  and 3: Reserved for ‘B’ Permit Students ONLY

Level 4: Reserved for ‘A’ Permit Faculty/Staff ONLY

Level 5: Overflow level used when space cannot be found on Levels 1-4/Staff

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Parking Services

Room 204
Phone: 703.822.6688
Email: MECParking@nvcc.edu
Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
General Info: 703.323.3000 or 877.408.2028

Metro, Bus and Shuttle

The campus is accessible by Metro. Take the Metro to the Franconia-Springfield station. From there, the Fairfax Connector Shuttle Bus Routes 331 and 332 will take you to campus.

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