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Do you know the 4 Major Vital Signs?

Are vital signs really as vital as they say? What do they really tell us? Depending on the situation, they can be the difference between life and death for someone in need. EMT’s, firefighters and...

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Why is knowing your learning style important?

Before you enter an accelerated health care training program, like the ones offered at Concorde, you will need to decide if it is the best educational fit for you. You particularly need to consider whether you would...

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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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What to Expect On a Campus Tour

Have you considered arranging a tour at a Concorde health care campus, but hesitated? You weren’t sure what to expect? Well, hesitate no more. We asked resident Admissions representatives to discuss what happens when they...

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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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Federal Student Loan Awareness

A vast majority of our Concorde students have had to undergo the process of taking out a federal student loan to pursue their health care education. And, it can be a daunting, complicated process. Thankfully,...

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How to Involve Family in Your Education

Remember the old adage, there’s strength in numbers? How about another cliché – it takes a village. That especially rings true when it comes to striving for and obtaining a health care education. Studying and...

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What to Expect at Concorde DH Clinics

Concorde offers Dental Hygiene services to the public at each of the eight campuses which sponsor Dental Hygiene programs. In many instances, you can walk in off the street, with no appointment, and receive comprehensive...

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Balancing Work With Accelerated Learning

Life can get crazy at a normal pace. When it comes to managing everything along with studying in accelerated health care programs, life can become especially dizzying. We’re proud of our accelerated health care programs...

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Concorde Associates Give Thanks

This is the time of year when we all reflect on what we’re thankful for in our lives over the last year. We here at Concorde are certainly thankful that we are able to positively...

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New Occupational Therapy Clinic opens on Concorde Memphis Campus

Concorde Career College opened a new Occupational Therapy Clinic (OTC) at the Memphis campus this winter. This is Concorde’s first occupational clinic among its campus with a focus to provide quality therapy services to 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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North Hollywood Vocational Nursing Students Take Action

When theoretical knowledge in the classroom spills over into service learning, it’s a beautiful thing! Under the tutelage of Concorde North Hollywood‘s Vocational Nursing Instructor Kimberly Navarro RN, MSN, CNM, WHNP-BC, her students applied their knowledge...

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Are you in the 80% of these people? Let us help!

It’s middle of February. For most, that means the excitement of it being a “New Year” has passed and nearly 80% of people have abandoned their well-intentioned resolutions. Are you one of them? Fear not,...

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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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Concorde Students use Surrogate Body Parts

At Concorde, we always like to point out the “hands-on” and real-world” health care training we provide our students. That means our Surgical Technology students practice actually assisting during a surgery. Medical Assistant students practice...

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The Mentorship Aspect of Lamplighters

The black scrubs make a difference at Concorde, helping make it more than just another health care career college. At Concorde, black scrubs signify you are a member of an elite unit. They signify you...

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5 FAQs About Externships

The externship is one of the most important elements of Concorde’s health care training. Perhaps THE most important. It takes the student out of the classroom and places them in a real-world, hands-on work environment....

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Meet Memphis ST Graduate Emily Voss

Emily Voss grew up in an extremely close, tight-knit family. So when her parents made the decision to uproot that family and move from their home in Chicago 500 miles south to Memphis, Tenn., Voss...

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Keeping Focus Over the Holidays

Keeping focused on your health care training or health care career during the holidays can be a challenge. Office and school parties, shopping for relatives, hosting a few events at home, planning travel … it...

“Concorde for me was life-changing.”


Becky of Kansas City, MO via ConsumerAffairs.com

“I am eternally grateful to Dr. Lu-Ping Gamble at the Garden Grove campus. They not only lit a spark, they lit a torch in my heart that shall burn forever! My education changed my life and has had a huge positive impact on the person I am today.”


Jamie Troccoli
Vocational Nursing graduate