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Train for your real-world health care career

We have more than 20 programs that focus on providing educational and vocational training for many of the fastest growing career fields in health care. Our institutions are nationally accredited by either the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) or the Council on Occupational Education (COE), both recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. You don’t have to wait any longer to put your passion to work because at Concorde, your opportunity awaits.

“It was the fastest year of my life! I got my job the day after I finished. I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything in the world. It was well worth my time, effort and money”

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TOP PROGRAMS

Nursing Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as 17 months

  • According to BLS.gov, this job field is expected to grow by 19% through 2022

  • Daily tasks include administering medication and treatments, performing tests, treating medical emergencies, creating treatment plans, counseling and observing patients, supervising licensed practical nurses and consulting with physicians.

Surgical Technologist Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as 13 months

  • According to BLS.gov, this job field is expected to grow by 30% through 2022

  • The ideal surgical technologist is patient, compassionate, highly organized, detailed and a team player. They also must work well under pressure and maintain mental and physical stamina along with manual dexterity.

Dental Hygiene Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as 17 months

  • According to BLS.gov, this job field is expected to grow by 33% through 2022

  • As a highly respected member of the dental team, a dental hygienist’s most important role is educating patients in maintaining their own oral health.

Practical Nursing Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as 13 months

  • According to BLS.gov, this job field is expected to grow by 25% through 2022

  • Among all care givers, practical nurses have the most intimate hands-on relationship with their patients. The ideal LPN is a natural at building relationships. They are empathetic, trusting, flexible, good listeners and energetic.

Physical Therapist Assistant Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as 20 months

  • Physical therapist assistant jobs are expected to grow at a rate of 41 percent from 2012 to 2022, according to BLS.gov.

  • PTAs are typically passionate about health and fitness in their personal and professional lives. They are trained to become experts in body mechanics and in motivating patients to improve their ability to return to optimal physical functionality.

Respiratory Therapy Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as 17 months.

  • According to BLS.gov, this job field is expected to grow by 19% through 2022.

  • Respiratory therapists play a prominent role in responding to Code Blue calls for patients in life-threatening distress. But, they also treat patients with sleep disorders and counsel patients on smoking cessation or managing asthma. In short, an RT’s work is highly diverse and action-packed.

Medical Assistant Statistics

  • Achieve a new career in as few as eight months

  • According to BLS.gov, this field is projected to grow 29 percent by 2022.

  • The ideal MA candidate is empathetic, a strong listener and oral communicator, calm under stress, detailed and organized. A certain level of manual dexterity also is important.

ACCREDITATION

Why is Accreditation Important to You?

Many times employers are more likely to consider you when you come from an accredited institution or program. Accredited programs and campuses assure that you received and education from a college that meets very specific standards of quality. In addition, accreditation is important to many other higher education institutions when considering acceptance of your transfer credits or admittance for acquiring and advanced degree

“Concorde gave me the skills and the experience that I need to advance forward in my next step in life.”

“Concorde, I would say above and beyond the traditional college, I felt made me and my class ready to pass the NCLEX exam.”

Are you a practicing Respiratory Therapist with an Associate's degree, which is a pre-requisite for this program?