Illinois School of Health Careers
Illinois School of Health Careers was first established in 1990 and was acquired by ForeFront Education Inc. in July of 2003. ISHC has a distinguished reputation in Chicago for graduating and placing high-quality students into allied health professions. ISHC is committed to meeting the changing requirements of the allied health industry and producing graduates with comprehensive, job-focused training.
The faculty members at Illinois School of Health Careers are committed to the success of their students and will provide ongoing support. Instructors are able to deliver hands-on, relevant training through a combination of classroom and clinical instruction.
Illinois School of Health Careers’ mission is to provide quality educational and training opportunities to those individuals seeking the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain entry-level employment in the allied health or related professions.
Illinois School of Heath Careers provides a climate that emphasizes individual worth, human dignity and the value of work, responsibility and achievement. To support our objective, we pledge to:
- Select a faculty that is competent and dedicated.
- Continually evaluate and update programs.
- Provide facilities and equipment that supports the educational objectives and the specific programs.
Illinois School of Health Careers is approved by American Medical Technologist for the Registered Medical Assistant and Registered Dental Assistant certification exams.
Illinois School of Health Careers is approved as a provider by the American Heart Association for CPR training.
Accreditation and Licensure
Illinois School of Health Careers is approved to operate by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education and institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.
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