respiratory therapist
RT Grad Turns Degree Into Business

“Never settle or do the bare minimum,” says Rachel Thomas, a 2002 Concorde-Memphis Respiratory Therapist alumna. “Shine in whatever career you choose!” Thomas has certainly taken her own advice. Today, she owns and operates RT...

surgical technology
Degrees in ST Gaining Traction

Concorde’s campuses in Miramar, Fla., Jacksonville, Fla. and Tampa, Fla. will begin offering Associate’s Degree programs in Surgical Technology (ST) next month. A fourth Florida campus, in Orlando, will follow suit in May. Concorde –...

What to Look for In a Good DH Program

There are a lot of good Dental Hygiene programs out there, and of course we at Concorde feel we have one of the best. But, whether you choose Concorde or not, we want you to...

surgical technology
Answering Questions About New Program

Concorde’s newest program offering is a Surgical Technology, Degree Completion Program whereby Certified Surgical Technologists can advance their education to an associate’s degree. The program consists of nine classes, all offered at Concorde’s Online campus....

health care careers
Health Careers That Go With Military Skills

While pairing very specific skills taught in the military with health care careers is challenging, it’s easy pinpointing the overall skill set gained from military experience that becomes useful in any profession. “In the military,...

medical laboratory technician
What the Future of MLT Looks Like

It is estimated that more than 80 percent of all patient diagnoses draw their conclusions predominantly on lab work. That makes the clinical laboratory – and, by extension, the Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) – absolutely...

surgical technology
Concorde’s New ST Degree Completion

The world of health care is changing and evolving even faster than the world itself. As technology changes and new techniques and medications are created, it forces practitioners in all health care fields to become...

radiologic technologist
Reasons to Become a Radiologic Technologist

A Radiologic Technologist performs various medical imaging exams, and the images they create are used by radiologists to diagnose patients’ ailments. It’s a position that requires effective communication abilities, patience and kindness, and the Radiologic...

pharmacy technician
Why Pharm Techs Are In Huge Demand

Pharmacy Technician is one of the fastest-growing careers among health care occupations today. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.BLS.gov), the need for Pharmacy Technicians is growing nine percent faster than other health...

health care careers
How Employers Can Help Pay for School

You’ve worked hard in health care careers for years now and decided it was time to go back to school, get another degree and improve your prospects for promotion or a better, higher-paying position. The...

health care training program
Concorde’s Commitment to Easing the Military to Civilian Transition

At Concorde, our students come from all walks of life to start their health care training program. We are proud to take an active role in each journey knowing that no matter when our students...

radiologic technology
How to Advance in Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology is a wonderful profession in and of itself for those wanting a career in health care but perhaps not wanting to get your hands dirty in the “nitty gritty” of patient care. You...

health care occupations
Hot Health Care Jobs for 2017

Health care career jobs are expected to continue their torrid growth in 2017. In fact, according to statistics by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), health care occupations are expected to grow faster than...

health care careers
Entry Level Health Care Jobs

With health care continuing to grow because of an aging population and people getting sick and facing health problems, there are numerous entry-level health care positions and paths in today’s workplace. And many of those...

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Meet Veteran Graduate Randall Hines

After eight years of kicking in doors for the Army as a Cavalry Scout and, as he put it, “learning in so many ways to not be a nice person,” Randall Hines decided it was...

Meet MA Graduate Lucy Vang

Lucy Vang figures, in some ways, she already had been on the job for quite some time before making the decision to officially become a Medical Assistant (MA). “I’ve always been my family’s Medical Assistant,”...

physical therapist assistant
Reasons To Join the APTA

To all you Concorde Physical Therapist Assistant students around the country who might not think it’s worth it to join your professional association, the American Physical Therapy Association, here is a message from Ana Musket,...

Reasons to Become a Surgical Technologist

Many believe that the career of being a Surgical Technologist begins and ends in the operating room. Nothing could be further from the truth. “Becoming a Surgical Technologist … is a rewarding career on a...

A Look at Concorde’s New Commercials

The Concorde marketing team has been hard at work throughout this year creating content and products that promote the health care careers college and highlight all the outstanding programs we offer. One of the main...

pharmacy technician
Pharm Tech Found His Future at Concorde

About three years ago, Dylan Matthews found himself at one of those proverbial crossroads in life. A 2006 graduate of Winter Park High School, he spent much of the ensuing years working jobs as a...

Kontessa Brown | Dental Assisting Graduate

“I think it’s an amazing school. When I sat down for boards, I felt more than adequately prepared. If you put the work in, your success is almost guaranteed.”

Trenisha Jones | Dental Assistant Graduate

“I decided to go to school because I was tired of working dead-end jobs. … When I found out I was pregnant, I realized that I needed a better life for me, for my child, for my husband, and just to better myself.”

Andrea Nolan | Dental Assistant graduate

“Knowing I could be working as a Dental Assistant in eight months was crazy to me! I loved going to class and would drive an hour there every day. I’m truly happy that I took the step to go to Concorde. It was the best thing I have done for my family.”

James Harkins | Nursing Graduate

“What I liked about Concorde was that there was nothing flashy. They were very up front, very simple, answered all my questions. They were more concerned with my education than tuition.”

Randall Hines | Polysomnographic Technologist Graduate

“I think it’s an amazing school. When I sat down for boards, I felt more than adequately prepared. If you put the work in, your success is almost guaranteed.”