Alabama Medical Career Training Schools

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Alabama's Southern Charm makes the state a welcoming place to study, work, and live. Cities like Birmingham, Montgomery, and Auburn have a lot to offer residents, with an affordable cost of living, great schools, historical neighborhoods, fantastic shopping, and top-notch hospitals. The University of Alabama-Birmingham is world-known for its pioneer HIV and AIDS research; innovations such as four-handed dentistry (the dentist and dental hygienist working together) and the fiberoptic endoscope; its world-famous Kidney Transplantation Program; and its contributions to the development of the "little blue pill" – Viagra!

There are a number of ways to get involved with healthcare in Alabama and join the tradition of outstanding medical care. For example, Virginia College's campuses in Birmingham, Huntsville, and Mobile offer a number of 1-2 year degrees in diverse medical assistant fields, such as ultrasound (diagnostic medical sonography) and surgical technology. Training is also available in health administration careers such as medical office management and medical billing and coding.

As Medical Careers take off in popularity, there are more and more competitive and comprehensive training programs surfacing across the country, and Alabama is no exception! Review the list of schools we have compiled, and select one that best fits your needs.



Alabama Campus Schools:
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Ross Medical Education Centers
Campus Locations:
Huntsville

Programs:
Medical Assistant , Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration


Fortis Institute
Campus Locations:
Dothan | Foley | Mobile

Programs:
Medical Assisting , Dental Assisting



Online Schools:
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Columbia International University
Online Programs:
BS/BA in Health Care Administration (online) , Associate of Arts (Health Care Administration)


Vohra Wound Physicians
Online Programs:
Wound Care Certification


Central Penn College
Online Programs:
Medical Billing and Coding