Ohio Medical Career Training Schools

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As the link between the Midwest and the Northeast, Ohio plays an important role in U.S. commerce. The Buckeye State shares borders with five U.S. states and Canada (with Lake Erie separating Ohio from Ontario), making it convenient for business traffic and a great starting-off point for American travel. But there's plenty to do in Ohio itself, with professional sports teams like the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cincinnati Reds, and cultural meccas like Columbus (ranked in the top 10 places to live by Money Magazine and a Top 10 Art City by AmericanStyle magazine).

A stable, well-paid job in Ohio healthcare lets you enjoy the state to its fullest. And now's a great time to start a new medical career in Ohio, as experts predict one in seven new Ohio jobs will be in healthcare over the next several years. There are lots of Ohio jobs available for qualified medical technologists, radiology technologists, registered nurses, and other healthcare professionals. It takes just one to two years to get the medical training needed to land one of these great Ohio healthcare jobs, and you may be able to take advantage of scholarships, loans, tuition reimbursement, or other financial aid.

To find out more about Ohio medical study options, contact any of the Ohio schools below. Learn how a degree in Health Information Technology from DeVry or a Medical Assisting degree from Everest College can open the door to a fantastic new medical job. As Medical Careers take off in popularity, there are more and more competitive and comprehensive training programs surfacing across Ohio and the rest of the country. Review the list of schools we have compiled, and select one that best fits your needs.



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Quick Fact
In 2018, workers with a bachelor's degree or higher had almost twice as much
median earnings per week than workers with only a high school diploma.*
*Bureau of Labor Statistics


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