Medical Assistant Certification Program If you have a passion for helping people, a career in medical assisting could be a perfect fit for you. Jumpstart your medical assistant career in as little as 30 weeks with our certification program, and you’ll be trained to be a vital part of the healthcare industry. Our program is…
As a student in this program you’ll be training in how to meet the needs of a patient’s physical and mental needs and to provide a safe environment for them whether in a long-term care facility or in the patient’s home.
Our nursing assistant training program prepares you to acquire skills as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) / Home health Aide (HHA) / Patient Care Technician (PCT) and is designed as a pre-nursing course to prepare you for an entry-level position in nursing,
An introduction to the health care environment, this course focuses on the health care team and delivery systems. Students will learn about legal responsibilities,
Introduction to Surgical Technology, scope of practice and tasks and responsibilities of the Surgical Technologist, Patient-centered care, physiological needs and therapeutic communication.
As an accredited Medical Career Training School, every Abcott Institute Medical Training Program has been developed to specifically fill the need for skilled medical professionals in Michigan. Our dedication to the philosophy of personal and professional growth is proven in the only way that matters; our student’s success.
Each program is developed with the sole objective of furnishing students in medical career training with the skills and know-how to develop solutions to real-world situations.
Choose from convenient Day & Evening schedules.
Whether you are looking to begin a career in healthcare, to further your medical training, or to start a brand new medical career, Abcott Institute offers the affordable, hands-on experience you are looking for.
When you attend an accredited institution, you are attending a school that has undergone a rigorous process that evaluates educational quality. It’s not easy to become or remain an accredited institution. The rules and regulations are strict, precise and designed to protect students. Here are some of the benefits: