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Did you know that health care is one of the fastest-growing industries today?

Secure your future by enrolling in an Allied medical career-training program. Whether you choose to build a new career or get additional career skills, you will benefit from training that prepares you for a lasting career.

Allied Medical Career Programs

Distance education provides a convenient and flexible option to advance your career. The 100% online programs let you choose when and where to learn. Live student support is available during normal business hours if you need one-on-one assistance.

Continued advances in technology, as well as a growing and aging population, will spur growth in this industry and create opportunities for well-trained individuals. Choose to work as an independent contractor or part of a medical office team in a doctor’s office, hospital, outpatient clinic, and more.

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With Allied by your side, you can set your own hours and manage your personal responsibilities while building a foundation for your future.

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Hands-on Training

Distance education courses help prepare you for real-world careers from anywhere with an internet connection. And once you’ve completed your online courses and passed the required exams, you can then start to apply your knowledge firsthand in a real-world setting. Students perform actual job duties in an actual work environment through Allied Professional Healthcare School’s Externship Program. They learn from skilled professionals and are able to network with hiring businesses or clinics – potentially leading to a full-time position.

Career Assistance

Sometimes looking for a new job can be just as hard as training for one. That’s why Allied Professional Healthcare School has a dedicated team to help you get where you need to be. Students can utilize Allied Professional Healthcare School’s Career Center to search and prepare for a new career in healthcare. Whether you need help constructing a resume and cover letter that stands out above the rest or need a hand preparing for the interview process, Allied Professional Healthcare School has the career resources you need to succeed in your new healthcare career.

Where our Graduates Find Work

Our graduates have found work all over the country. Pharmacy Technicians find opportunities everywhere from hospitals to drug stores. Medical Assistants find work at private practices, clinics and hospitals. And Medical Billers can work from hospitals or for doctor’s offices. Each program offers new opportunities to students all over the U.S.

Growing Healthcare Industry

Employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 19 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for ALL occupations, adding about 2.3 million new jobs.* This is mostly due to an aging baby-boomer generation and growing population according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means there should be plenty of opportunities to find work in this industry in the years to come. It should also provide stable opportunities for those looking for lasting long-term careers.

In-demand Careers

As the medical industry continues to grow, so does the need for medical professionals. Hospitals, pharmacies and private practices all need to keep up with an increased patients flow to keep up with the demand. This is good news for those looking to enter a new career field and expecting to find work. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that individuals looking to find work have a greater chance of success if they have earned a certification in their field or are familiar with electronic health records. Fortunately, Allied Professional Healthcare School provides you with the knowledge and resources you need to enter and succeed in this growing industry.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Healthcare Occupations, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/home.htm (visited July 22, 2016).

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Pharmacy Technician Program
Learn the concepts, calculations and procedures to become a Pharm Tech.
Medical Billing Program
Learn to play an important role in the medical insurance process.
Medical Coding Program
Work in a medical office or start your own coding business.
Medical Terminology Course
Learn the terminology commonly-used throughout your specific medical field.
Medical Assisting Program
Prepare for a “front office” entry-level medical administrative assistant career.
Electronic Health Records
Electronic Health Records Online Training Program.
Anatomy & Physiology Course
Build the academic base you need to pursue a career in the growing health care field.

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