Infographic: Determine the best health care program

When prospective students reach out to Concorde Career College, they typically know they’re interested in a health care program. Many might self-select programs such as nursing as their interest because they don’t exactly know what they want to do. And, that’s okay! Our admissions team takes a holistic approach to each future student that comes to campus. We’ll start by asking questions about you, because we want to make sure that we understand your interest and background to help choose the right school and the right career.

Which health care program is right for you?

While some folks have dreamed about their future career, others enjoy exploring. There are so many niche programs that you might not be aware of until you do a little bit of research, or someone introduces you to paths like respiratory therapy or polysomnographic technology. During the initial phases of the process, we’ll start with a couple of simple questions to help us get to know you a bit better. We’ll talk about your likes and dislikes, life situations and the careers that interest you most. These conversations usually rule out a couple of paths, such as fainting at the sight of blood (that probably doesn’t make you the best candidate for something like becoming a surgery tech), or if tend to bucking off having a routine then a career in massage therapy might not be the best fit. We also create tools like infographics that provide information, details and paths that lead to viable options. Take a look and see where you land! health care program, concorde career college

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“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

“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