Tennessee Medical Career Training Schools

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There can never be a dull moment in Tennessee, the state that has been home to some of the most significant players in American history and culture. Sun Studio in Memphis was the birthplace of American rock n' roll and the launching ground for stars like Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash; the Hermitage in Nashville was the home of American President Andrew Jackson; the Jack Daniel's Distillery in Lynchburg continues to produce its world-famous whiskey; and the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis chronicles the struggle of the American Civil Rights movement. Natural wonders like the Ruby Falls in Chattanooga; year-long NASCAR racing; and a host of golfing, hiking, rafting, and fishing areas also add to the fun and excitement of living in Tennessee.

Add to all that some of the lowest housing costs in the U.S., and it's easy to see why people choose to call the Volunteer State home. One of the top career choices in Tennessee is healthcare - as more people are drawn to Tennessee, there's greater demand for medical services. While registered nurses are particularly needed (with a shortage of nearly 35,000 Tennessee RNs expected by 2020), there are TN healthcare jobs available in a number of specialties.

As Medical Careers take off in popularity across the country, there are more and more competitive and comprehensive training programs available. A 1-2 year associate's degree in medical assisting, health administration, x-ray technology, or other healthcare fields will qualify you for a great new career in Tennessee. Review the list of Tennessee healthcare schools we have compiled, and select one that best fits your needs.

Tennessee Campus Schools:
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Ross Medical Education Centers
Campus Locations:
Johnson City | Knoxville | Hopkinsville

Medical Assistant , Dental Assistant , Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration

Miller-Motte College
Campus Locations:

Medical Clinical Assistant , Dental Assisting , Medical Billing and Coding Specialist - Diploma

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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