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Shift your career aspirations into high gear.
At Ross College, you can get the job-focused training you need to reach your career goals quickly. In fact, many of the school's allied health care programs take no more than nine months to complete. The instructors at Ross are experienced industry professionals who understand that you want to get into the workforce fast, so they focus on real-world skills and don't waste time on unrelated courses. That makes it possible for you to realize your educational and career goals sooner.
The staff at Ross know that everyone has different needs. Whether you prefer a full-day class schedule or need to fit your training around your work and family commitments, the college has educational options to suit you. Many programs offer a choice of morning, afternoon, or evening classes, and some let you choose between four- and five-day weekly schedules. You can tailor your learning to the time you have available.
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Career-Focused Programs in a Supportive Environment
Career preparation starts with classroom learning, but that's only the beginning. That's why every program at Ross includes an externship. Students are placed in real job settings in hospitals, doctors' offices, laboratories, or clinics so they can get practical hands-on experience using their new skills. What's more, Ross does not require a waiting period for externships. You get the training you need when you need it.
And the school stands behind its methods. In fact, Ross College is so confident in the preparation it provides to its students that it offers reimbursement for graduates who take industry certification exams. It's all part of the Ross commitment to student success.
Not all programs are offered at all locations.
Embrace the opportunity to train for a place as an integral member of a health care team. This program can help you develop the administrative and clinical skills you need in order to have a positive impact on patients' lives. You will study basic human anatomy and disease processes, and you'll begin learning how to assist in examinations, perform certain procedures, keep records, and schedule appointments.
Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration
Take charge of learning how to keep a medical office running smoothly. Instructors in this program will teach you about medical terminology, medical charting, financial record-keeping, and insurance claims processing. Developing solid skills in these areas can help prepare you for work as a medical receptionist, medical secretary, billing clerk, or patient account representative.
Start training to become an important member of a dental office team. In this program, you'll be taught necessary skills related to radiograph processing, preparing anesthetic, and taking impressions. Office tasks are included, too: You'll get training in administrative duties such as preparing patient charts and completing dental insurance claim forms.
Nursing—Associate of Applied Science
Nurture your passion for helping people get and stay healthy. At Ross College, the associate degree program in nursing provides training in a range of biological and behavioral sciences. Once you complete the program, you can sit for the National Council Licensure Examination to become a registered nurse. That can lead to opportunities in a wide range of medical settings.
Follow your drive to improve the health and well-being of animals both big and small. This program will allow you to begin developing an understanding of animal anatomy, veterinary ethics, and the terminology used in a veterinary clinic. You will also practice clinical procedures and get training in maintaining medical records.
Get hands-on training in patient care. The practical nursing diploma program at Ross College offers you an introduction to nursing principles and can help prepare you for entry-level positions in hospitals, long-term care homes, and other health care facilities. Completing the program qualifies you to take the National Council Licensure Examination for practical nursing.
Veterinary Technology—Associate of Applied Science
Channel your desire to improve the quality of life for people's furry friends. This associate degree program offers you the opportunity to learn about taking medical images, helping in surgeries, and administering anesthesia. By completing the program, you'll be better prepared to pursue an entry-level career in veterinary clinics and related settings.
Start learning practical skills for assisting licensed pharmacists. In this program, you'll have the opportunity to develop valuable abilities related to identifying pharmaceutical drugs, compounding medications, packaging prescriptions, controlling inventory, and much more. It's all designed to prepare you for entry-level pharmacy opportunities in retail, community, or hospital settings.
Convenient Campuses With a Small-Town Vibe
Ross College's campuses in Ohio, Kentucky, and Iowa offer a unique combination of vibrant business activity and small-town charm. And the campus in Sylvania, Ohio, is conveniently located only 15 minutes from Toledo and its wide variety of hospitals, specialty clinics, and research centers, making it a great place to pursue health services training.
4001 Fort Campbell Blvd
Hopkinsville KY 42240
2119 Kimberly Rd
Bettendorf IA 52722
4300 Munson St NW
Canton OH 44718
5834 Monroe St Ste F-J
Sylvania OH 43560
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