Programs Overview

Medical Assistant

Students graduating this program will find themselves working in a variety of medical settings, including hospitals, private practices, histology laboratories, walk-in clinics and blood drawing facilities. The coursework within this program will provide a foundation in both clinical and administrative skills. This will provide graduates with the ability to choose a hands on, clinical based line of work or to take the administrative medical office career path.

Our Medical Assistant Program is available at all campuses!

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Medical Office Professional

Becoming a Medical Office Professional is the best way to take advantage of the growth in the medical field for students that aren’t looking for hands-on, clinical skills. This program provides graduates with a foundation in medical/dental terminology, medical office softwares and medical/dental billing and coding, which will allow them find careers in a variety of hospital, medical and dental environments.

Our Medical Office Professional Program is available in West Haven and Waterbury!

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Practical Nursing

LPN programs in CT are well known to provide graduates with access to a growing and evolving industry which provides excellent career opportunities for students willing to step up to a rigorous program of study. Our Practical Nursing program prepares students to contribute to the plan of care for individual patients in both acute and long-term care settings. Graduates are eligible to sit for the State of Connecticut licensure exam, the NCLEX-PN. Licensed Practical Nurses will find the majority of jobs in long-term care facilities, home care, rehabilitation centers and hospice facilities.

Our Practical Nursing Program is available at all campuses!

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Patient Care Specialist

Over the past five years there has been a continual increase in the number of patients in need of long-term care. The Patient Care Specialist provides a range of frontline care to these patients. Graduates from this program will have attained the 25 basic nursing skills required to become a Certified Nurses Aide and will also receive certification as a Home Health Aide. Additionally students will learn the basics of EKG and phlebotomy, providing them the ability to attain jobs in a hospital setting.

Our Patient Care Specialist Program is available at all campuses!

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