Michigan Medical Training Programs

By enrolling in one of our Medical Training programs, the opportunity for a rewarding career in healthcare begins here at Dorsey Schools! Medical training program at Dorsey SchoolsAs the nation’s healthcare system continues to evolve, the need for trained, specialized support staff is as important as ever. At Dorsey Schools, we are committed to providing quality Medical Training to the healthcare workers of tomorrow!

Most of our Medical Training programs offer a balanced curriculum of in-class lectures along with hands-on practice in our medical labs or clinical massage environment. Many of the Medical Training programs also offer students an externship component during their final module, providing them with industry experience and professional exposure in real-world occupational settings. You can train for an exciting new career in healthcare, and many programs can be completed in one year or less!

Medical Training Diploma Programs for Careers in the Healthcare Field

Do you like helping people? Do you want to give back? Have you always dreamed about working in the medical field? Are you ready to become an important member of the healthcare team? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, pursuing Medical Training for a new career in the healthcare field at Dorsey Schools may be for you.

Medical Assistant Training

medical training at dorsey schoolsDo you want to train to become a medical assistant? Have you ever wondered what do medical assistants do, exactly? Medical assistants play an important role in healthcare today. Medical assistants can most often be found working in doctors’ offices and clinics. They perform clinical tasks such as taking a patient’s history, recording their vital signs, drawing blood, giving injections, and preparing patients for tests. Is this a career you think you may enjoy? If so, the first step will be to look at medical assistant training. Medical assistant training can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this branch of healthcare. Medical assistant programs are often set up to cover a variety of topics, including the ones mentioned previously. At Dorsey Schools, our program is designed to expose students to all of this and more! That means when you enroll in our program at Dorsey, you’ll be exposed to the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a career as a medical assistant upon graduation.

The Medical Assistant program at Dorsey Schools offers students a balanced education. Instruction during the medical assistant program takes place in the classroom as well as in the labs on campus at Dorsey Schools. This allows students to make the most of their medical assistant training. An externship component is also included as part of the medical assistant program. The goal of the externship is to allow students to apply what they have learned during their medical assistant training. It also gives them the chance to gain professional exposure in the field.

Wondering how long is medical assistant training? Well, in just one year, you can train for a new career as a medical assistant. Your journey towards becoming a medical assistant can begin by enrolling in medical assistant training at Dorsey. Learn more today!

Medical Administration and Billing Training

medical administration and billing michigan career programsDo you want to train in medical administration and billing? Those who train in medical administration and billing often fill various administrative jobs within medical offices and facilities. These jobs may include medical biller jobs, administrative medical specialist jobs, medical secretary jobs, and more. These professionals can be found working in doctors’ offices, clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. They can perform tasks such as scheduling patient appointments, coding and processing bills and insurance claims, filing, and other general duties around a medical office.

Is this a career you think you may enjoy? If so, the first step will be to look at medical administration and billing training or medical administration and billing programs. Medical billing can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this area of the healthcare field. Medical administration and billing programs are often set up to cover a variety of topics. These include the ones mentioned previously. At Dorsey Schools, our medical administration and billing training program is designed to expose students to all of this and more! That means when you enroll for your medical administration and billing training at Dorsey, you’ll be exposed to the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a career in this field upon graduation.

Our program at Dorsey Schools offers students a balanced education. medical billing programsInstruction during the medical administration and billing program takes place in the classroom as well as in the computer labs on campus at Dorsey Schools. This allows students to make the most of their medical administration and billing training. An externship component is also included as part of the medical administration and billing program. The goal of the externship is to allow students to apply what they have learned during their medical administration and billing training. It also gives them the chance to gain professional exposure in the field.

Wondering how long is medical administration and billing training? Well, in just one year, you can train for a new career in medical administration and billing. Your journey towards becoming a medical biller or a medical secretary can begin by enrolling in medical administration and billing training at Dorsey. Learn more today!

Patient Care Technician Training

patient care technician medical training programsDo you want to train to become a patient care technician? Patient care technicians play an important role in healthcare today. Patient care technicians can most often be found working in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, and extended care facilities. They can perform tasks such as providing basic patient care while maintaining safety and comfort, obtaining lab samples, drawing blood, and performing EKGs. Is this a career you think you may enjoy? If so, the first step will be to look at patient care technician schools. Patient care technician training can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this branch of healthcare. Dorsey’s programs are often set up to cover a variety of topics, including the ones mentioned previously. At Dorsey Schools, our program is designed to expose students to all of this and more! That means when you enroll for your patient care technician training at Dorsey, you’ll be exposed to the skills and knowledge needed to pursue patient care technician jobs upon graduation.

The Patient Care Technician program at Dorsey Schools in Michigan offers students a balanced education. patient care tech programs dorsey schoolsInstruction during the patient care technician program takes place in the classroom as well as in the labs on campus at Dorsey Schools. This allows students to make the most of their patient care technician training. An externship component is also included as part of the patient care technician program. The goal of the externship is to allow students to apply what they have learned during their patient care technician training. It also gives them the chance to gain professional exposure in the field.

Wondering how long is PCT training? Well, in just one year, you can train for a new career as a patient care technician. Your journey towards becoming a PCT can begin by enrolling in patient care technician training at Dorsey. Learn more today!

Dialysis Patient Care Technician Training

medical training patient care technician trainingDo you want to train to become a dialysis patient care technician? Dialysis patient care technicians play an important role in healthcare today. Dialysis patient care technicians (or sometimes simply referred to as dialysis technicians) can most often be found working in facilities that providing hemodialysis treatment, such as dialysis centers and hospitals. They perform tasks such as providing direct patient care before, during, and after treatment, as well as operating, monitoring, and disinfecting dialysis equipment and machinery. Is this a career you think you may enjoy?

If so, the first step will be to look at dialysis patient care technician programs. Dialysis patient care technician training can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this branch of healthcare. Our program is set up to cover a variety of topics, including the ones mentioned previously. At Dorsey Schools, our dialysis patient care technician training program is designed to expose students to all of this and more! That means when you enroll for your dialysis patient care technician training at Dorsey, you’ll be exposed to the skills and knowledge needed to pursue your new career as a dialysis patient care technician.

The Dialysis Patient Care Technician program at Dorsey Schools offers students a balanced education. Instruction during the dialysis patient care technician program takes place in the classroom as well as in the labs on campus at Dorsey Schools. This allows students to make the most of their dialysis patient care technician training. An externship component is also included as part of the dialysis patient care technician program. The goal of the externship is to allow students to apply what they have learned during their training. It also gives them the chance to gain professional exposure in the field.

Wondering how long is dialysis patient care technician training? Well, in just over one year, you can train for a new career as a dialysis patient care technician. Your journey towards becoming a dialysis patient care technician can begin by enrolling in dialysis patient care technician training at Dorsey. Learn more today!

Pharmacy Technician Training

pharmacy technician training programDo you want to train to become a pharmacy technician? Pharmacy technicians play an important role in today’s healthcare system. Pharmacy technicians can be found working in settings such as pharmacies and drug stores, hospitals, other general merchandise stores, and perhaps even grocery stores. They perform tasks such as assisting pharmacists in filling prescriptions, providing outstanding customer service, billing insurance companies, preparing medications, and maintaining inventory of materials and supplies. Is this a career you think you may enjoy? If so, the first step will be to look at pharmacy technician schools.

Pharmacy technician training can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to enter this branch of the healthcare field. Pharmacy technician programs are often set up to cover a variety of topics, including the ones mentioned previously. At Dorsey Schools, our training program is designed to expose students to all of this and more! That means when you enroll for your pharmacy technician training at Dorsey, you’ll be exposed to the skills and knowledge needed to pursue your new career as a pharmacy technician.
The pharmacy technician program at Dorsey Schools offers students a balanced education. Instruction during the pharmacy technician program takes place in the classroom as well as in the labs on campus at Dorsey Schools. This allows students to make the most of their pharmacy technician training. An externship component is also included as part of the pharmacy technician program. The goal of the externship is to allow students to apply what they have learned during their pharmacy technician training. It also gives them the chance to gain professional exposure in the field.
Wondering how long is pharmacy technician training? Well, in less than one year, you can complete your pharmacy technician training. Your journey towards becoming a pharmacy technician can begin by enrolling in the pharmacy technician training at Dorsey. Learn more today!

Massage Therapy Training

massage therapy trainingDo you want to pursue massage therapy training? Massage therapists play an increasingly important role in healthcare today. Massage therapists (once licensed) can be found working in a variety of settings. Some of these include spas, salons, in hospitals or doctors’ offices, with athletic sports teams, in a physical therapy office or a chiropractor’s office, just to name a few. Licensed massage therapists manipulate soft tissues and muscles in the body to help provide comfort and relief to their clients. Is this a career you think you may enjoy? If so, the first step will be to look at massage therapy training or massage therapy programs. Massage therapy training schools can help you gain the knowledge and skills needed to prepare to enter this branch of the healthcare field. Massage therapy programs are often set up to cover a variety of massage modalities, including Swedish massage, deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy, and sports massage. At Dorsey Schools, our massage therapy training program is designed to expose students to all of this and more! That means when you enroll for your massage therapy training at Dorsey, you’ll be exposed to the skills and knowledge needed to pursue your new career as a massage therapist.

massage therapy programsThe massage therapy program at Dorsey Schools offers students a balanced education. Instruction during the massage therapy program takes place in the classroom as well as in the massage therapy clinic on campus at Dorsey Schools. This allows students to make the most of their massage therapy training.

Wondering how long is massage therapy training? Well, at Dorsey Schools, in less than one year, you can train for a new career as a massage therapist. Your journey towards becoming a massage therapist can begin by enrolling in the massage therapy training at Dorsey. Learn more today!

Practical Nurse Certificate Program

practical nurse lpn program dorsey schoolsThe Practical Nurse Program aims to prepare students for a career as a practical nurse. Graduates of the Practical Nurse Program who have successfully met all of the program’s requirements will be eligible to challenge the NCLEX-PN Exam. The curriculum in the Practical Nurse Program is designed to challenge students to solve problems, develop critical thinking skills, and to understand legal, ethical, moral and cultural issues of today’s healthcare communities. Practical nurses work under the direction of physicians or registered nurses to provide patient care, assist with patient education, manage team nursing patient care delivery, and supervise unlicensed assistive personnel.

For more information, please visit the Practical Nurse Program page, or call us at 1-888-422-1188 to learn more!

For more information on each individual program, please visit the Medical Assistant, Medical Administration and Billing, Patient Care Technician, Dialysis Patient Care Technician, Pharmacy Technician, or Massage Therapy Program pages, or call us at 1-888-422-1188 to learn more!