Medical & Healthcare Programs
Find Your Future as Healthcare Professional
Medical & Healthcare Programs at CCI Training Center
Are you interested in a career in the fast-growing healthcare field? CCI Training Center’s medical & healthcare training programs teach you what you need to know to launch a successful career in some of the fastest-growing jobs in today’s market.
You don’t need a college degree or any prior experience in healthcare; all you need is a high school diploma or equivalent to qualify.
Our accelerated programs mean you can start the healthcare career of your dreams in only a few months.
CCI Training Center offers three programs specific to the medical and healthcare field:
Medical Billing & Coding
Why Should I Pursue a Career in Healthcare?
Healthcare jobs provide competitive pay, flexible hours, and an opportunity for career advancement. Training and certification for roles such as a medical billing and coding specialist, medical assistant, and pharmacy technician allow you to enter the healthcare field, gain experience, network with other healthcare professionals, and seek career advancement opportunities.
Medical Administrative Assistant
Billing and Coding Technician
Health Information Specialist
Electronic Medical Records Specialist
Students in the program receive the training to sit for some of the top certifications in the industry, such as:
- Retail (Pharmacies)
- Inpatient (Hospitals)
Pharmaceutical Lab Tech
Students who complete the program, and qualify under the State regulations, may qualify to sit for the following third-party certification exams:
How Do I Find a Healthcare Job?
Once you enroll at CCI Training Center you have access to our experienced Career Services counselors, at no extra charge, who work with you during and after your education to help you find the right job for you. Career Services include:
- Career Assessment
- Resume preparation
- Interviewing Assistance
- Job Search Assistance
- Access to Job Fairs
- Networking Opportunities
- Post-Employment Services
- Lifelong Employment Assistance
What is Allied Healthcare?
Put simply, jobs listed as “allied health” include a wide range of non-physician and non-nurse health care providers. These roles are often a springboard to advancing a career in other healthcare roles, like nursing.
As much as 60% of the U.S. healthcare workforce may be classified as allied health.
Allied health care providers work in collaboration with physicians, nurses, dentists, and pharmacists in a support role to evaluate patient needs and to keep patients, doctors, and other key personnel informed about patient progress.
Where Do Allied Healthcare Professionals Work?
Due to the wide variety of career options offered with an allied health certification, allied health professionals work in a myriad of settings, including:
- Doctor Office
- Specialist Office
- Health Care Clinic
- Ophthalmologist Office
- Physical Therapy
- Chiropractor Office
- Nursing Homes
- Retail Pharmacies
- Compounding Pharmacies
- Pharmaceutical Companies
- Outpatient Care Centers
- Ambulance Services
- Acupuncturist Office
- Insurance Companies
- Dentist Office
What are the Benefits of Certification?
An allied health certification offers a myriad of benefits to anyone interested in a health care career, including:
Increased Appeal as a Job Candidate: Obtaining an allied health certification puts you ahead of other candidates competing for a health care position.
Certification demonstrates to potential employers that you are hard-working, motivated, and dedicated to your healthcare career.
Increased Earning Potential: Even for positions that do not require an allied health certification, obtaining a certification can still increase your earning potential, as employers know you are ahead of the curve in terms of training and education.
Opportunity for Advancement: An allied health certification is a terrific way to begin a meaningful health care career. Many healthcare professionals begin with an entry-level position and advance to other positions, such as nursing.
Job Security: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that healthcare occupations will grow 16% between now and 2030, much higher than the national average for other industries. Healthcare workers are in high demand and those with an allied health certification bring even more value to employers.
Career Flexibility: Due to the wide variety of careers available to allied health professionals, becoming certified opens a myriad of career opportunities nationwide.
How Can I Learn More About CCI Training’s Healthcare Programs in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area?
CCI Training has been offering successful career training for over three decades. Healthcare instructors are experts in their field and have real-world experience that helps students understand the core concepts needed to excel in their chosen healthcare field. Students will also gain real-world experience through workshops at our campus locations in Dallas and Arlington.
Federal financial aid, scholarships, and Texas Workforce (WIOA) funding is available for students looking to pursue a fulfilling career in healthcare. CCI Training also provides students a Career Services Placement Counselor during their enrollment at CCI Training to help students find and land the healthcare job of their dreams.
Our primary goal at CCI Training is to equip students with the education, resources, and experience to prepare them for a satisfying career.
To speak with a representative today, please call one of the following numbers below based on your location to learn more about our programs and how to enroll. Start your journey to a new career in healthcare today!
Dallas: (972) 833-7104
Arlington: (469) 373-7294