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Why do dental assistants help make dental models?

Have you ever wondered how dentists get an exact replica of your teeth? Have you ever walked in your dentist office and seen sets of fake looking teeth sitting on a desk? Most likely those...

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5 Types of EEG Tests for Brain Wave Monitoring

A Neurodiagnostic technologist (NDT) specializes in recording electrical activity in the brain and nervous system for diagnostic purposes. They use specialized equipment to determine how effectively a patient’s nervous system is functioning. The test results...

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Do You Know the Differences between Infant, Child and Adult CPR?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) involves assisting someone of any age when his or her heartbeat and breathing have stopped. There are two main steps to CPR: 1. Providing chest compression’s to keep the blood moving when...

Sounding the Alarm on Type 2 Diabetes Awareness Day

Enrolling in a health care training program to become a medical assistant or a pharmacy technician may lead you to encounter more people who are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Today is the...

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The Importance of Self-Care in an Accelerated Training Program

You enjoy nurturing people, and that perhaps is the primary reason you enrolled in one of Concorde’s accelerated health care programs. If you want to make a difference, we advise that you to begin solidifying...

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5 Healthy Snacks to Fuel your Health Care Training Program

Balancing your family, household obligations and being enrolled in a health care training program may make it feel like you don’t have time to come up nutritious snacks for everyone. The good news is that...

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Happy American Heart Month!

A federally designated event since 1964 was proclaimed by President Lyndon Johnson, it’s an ideal time to remind Americans to focus on their hearts and encourage them to get their families, friends, and communities involved. According...

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Not Your Regular Flu Virus

The flu seems to have grabbed everyone’s attention this winter. That’s because the U.S. is being hit with one of the worst flu seasons in years. Forty-five states are reporting widespread illness, according to the...

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Keeping Healthy in Winter

It’s the dead of winter, which means different things to Concorde campuses when it comes to health care awareness. Our campus in Jacksonville, Fla. was hammered by bomb cyclone Grayson a couple weeks back. Texas has been...

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Receiving New Student Feedback

Campus Presidents at each of Concorde’s 16 campuses across the U.S. constantly work on ways to make the learning experience better for the health care student. A huge part of that process involves listening to...

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American Cancer Society sets new guidelines for Colorectal Cancer Screenings

Colorectal cancer is the fourth-most-common cancer diagnosed among adults in the United States. The cancer society estimates that in 2018, more than 97,000 Americans will be diagnosed with colon cancer and more than 43,000 will...

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How is Your Oral Health Linked to Your Overall Health?

Have you ever put off going to the dentist because it’s not your favorite, or when getting into bed realizing you hadn’t brushed your teeth but were too lazy to get back up and go...

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Top 10 Dates in Occupational Therapy Since the Turn of the Century

April is Occupational Therapy Month! Occupational therapy professionals support an improved quality of life for those who face daily physical challenges due to injury, illness or other condition.w Occupational Therapy Assistants work under the direction of...

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April is National Autism Awareness Month

April 2nd is the eleventh annual World Autism Awareness Day. Joined by the international community, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes, and communities around the world will be using light blue in recognition of...

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Why Positive Self-talk can help in an Accelerated Health Care Program

Enrolling in an accelerated health care program means that you’re undoubtedly a busy person. Being busy is probably one of the reasons that you chose an accelerated-style of learning in the first place. It also means...

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5 Tips to Avoiding the Flu this Season

There are some records that we love to see broken: Most hot dogs eaten in a minute, the fastest time in an Olympic event, most children simultaneously brushing their teeth. But one record that we...

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5 Study Apps to Enrich Your Health Care Training Program

While we never want apps to replace a study session in the learning resource center, a conversation with your instructor or reaching out to a lamplighter, we recognize there’s real value in integrating mobile technology...

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National Donor Day: Give the Gift of Life

This Valentine’s Day, there will undoubtedly be many gifts given, special messages and treats traded from the heart. But, what if you could take steps to give your whole heart – to someone who desperately...

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Why Do Community Service?

Concorde proves through action each and every year that it believes in serving the community. Every year our health care students, faculty, and staff log thousands of hours volunteering for worthy causes and at events...

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Top 10 Health Care Trends for 2018

Everything changes year to year, but few industries endure the scope of change like the health care industry. This year promises to be no different, which means Concorde will be busy keeping up. Soaring expenditures...

“Without the support of certain instructors … I would not have pushed myself to grasp the concepts and pass my boards on the first attempt. Once I passed my boards, it was less than one month after that I landed my first Respiratory Therapist job where I am currently working with so much joy every day.”


Marcus Streator
Respiratory Therapy 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.”


Andrea Nolan
Dental Assistant graduate