As a training center for healthcare professionals, we are dedicated to helping you prepare for a career that lets you help others.
To achieve our mission of providing the educational training that can improve student career opportunities and enhance their quality of life, we are committed to:
Each of our instructors adheres to a level of excellence in keeping with professional standards and has experience in their field. Their in-depth experience and knowledge provides our students with the hands-on experience that will prepare them for a successful career.
Our programs are reviewed and updated to provide material for the most current healthcare environment. From facilities, to course content, to externship placement, we are committed to exceeding our students' expectations.
Our course content, facilities, tuition, and flexible scheduling are all designed to create the best possible career training education for our students. We encourage and appreciate our students’ feedback and are dedicated as a team to provide the highest level of student satisfaction.
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To apply for admission, applicants should contact an Admissions Representative at 1-781-348-1808 to schedule an appointment for a personal interview and to tour the campus location. During the entrance interview, prospective students will discuss the training programs and the funding options with an Admissions Representative and complete an application form.
Payment options are discussed in detail with the prospective student. Candidates that are members of One Stop Career Centers may qualify for assistance provided through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA), the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA), National Emergency Grants (NEG) and similar programs.
Once the payment plan has been determined, the Admissions Representative will complete the enrollment process and review the Enrollment Agreement with the prospective candidate to help ensure that all sections are thoroughly understood. The candidate will then sign and initial these documents indicating acknowledgment of the terms of enrollment. The school director will review the application and required documents for admission and notify the applicant of their status of admission.
We do not imply, promise, or guarantee transferability of credit to any other institution.
Our current articulation agreement with Fisher College accepts up to nine credits into the Associate of Science in Medical Assisting degree program to a graduate of the Health Training Center Medical Assistant program. Students will receive academic credit for up to nine credits of college-level courses applied toward the requirements of the associate degree, accepting grades of C- or higher. Credit will only apply to ME 201, ME 205, and ME 213.
The following physical qualifications must be met:
The Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) is an additional source of financial assistance for those who qualify that provides up to $4,000 to eligible military wives and husbands who pursue a license, certification or associate degree in a portable career field or occupation. HTC is an authorized facility by the Veteran’s Administration to certify VA educational benefits. Our Medical Assistant, Cardio-Phlebotomy and Phlebotomy Technician programs are eligible for Veterans to utilize their military educational benefits.
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Phone: (617) 727-5811