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Train to Become Certified for a Medical Career Through SLCHC in Less Than a Year

A medical career offers great job prospects and stability in today’s uncertain economy. You can get the training you need to be eligible for the medical career that that suits your personality and pursue a bright future through Saint Louis College of Health Careers.

For 30 years, SLCHC has helped thousands of students begin rewarding medical careers. We’re fully credentialed and our instructors are highly qualified, personable, utilizing a hands-on style of teaching. Class sizes are reasonable, too, so you always feel involved.

If you are seeking a medical career working with patients, maybe our practical nursing or patient care technician programs are for you. Perhaps organization is your strong suit. SLCHC has classes in medical billing and coding, as well as medical office administration.

Once you decide what medical career is best for you, SLCHC will assist you in applying for financial aid. After you are certified, we can also assist you with finding a job.

Start Your Medical Career with Help from SLCHC

Our students are men and women from a range of backgrounds and income levels. Saint Louis College of Health Careers offer medical career training for young people just starting out and workplace veterans who are looking for a new challenge.

We prepare students for these medical careers:

    • Medical Assistant Career. Clinical duties include performing basic lab tests, administering injections, conducting electrocardiograms, and many other procedures. Some administrative duties may be required.

    • Medical Billing and Coding Career. Little direct care of patients is involved in this medical career. Duties include using classification systems software to assign codes to diagnoses and procedures.

    • Pharmacy Technician Career. Skills required include helping prepare and fill prescriptions under the direction of a pharmacist, issuing medication and preparing IV solutions.

    • Patient Care Technician Career . Basic nursing care knowledge is required while working with doctors and nurses in attending the needs of patients at home, in hospitals, or in nursing facilities.

    • Respiratory Therapist Career. This medical career program is 22 months long and prepares students to care for patients with breathing disorders using high-tech equipment.

    • Practical Nursing Career. Duties include assisting registered nurses and doctors in caring for patients while performing basic therapeutic, rehabilitative and preventive procedures.

    • Occupational Therapy Assistant Career. As an assistant, you will be helping occupational therapists treat and care for patients who suffer from physical, psychological or neurological disabilities.

Contact Saint Louis College of Health Careers today for more information on becoming certified through our medical career programs. Fill out the contact or application forms on the right side of this page, or call a college counselor at 866-529-2070.


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