Ohio Medical Career Center
Ohio Medical Career Center is a leader in training medical professionals. The center uses the latest technology and students gain hands on experience.
The center offers programs in RN training, Practical Nursing Training, nurse aide, phlebotomy, billing and coding specialist, CPR training, and medical terminology. Ohio Medical Career Center currently offers instruction on three campuses located in Dayton, Troy, and Beavercreek.
OMCC Registered Nurse Training Pathway aims to teach students to deal with patients in various clinical settings such as intensive care, physicians’ offices, health care clinics, and ambulatory care. Licensed Practical Nurses who seek to become registered nurses will be able to achieve their dreams through this program. Program options include a 40 week diploma program. Another option is the50-week RN Advanced Placement Program (must be active LPNs to apply) and a 90 week practical nursing program.
Graduates of the nursing program will be rewarded a diploma and can take the National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX-RN. NCLEX-RN is required in order to obtain licensure as an RN. This computerized text covers four areas: physiological integrity, safe and effective care environment, and health promotion and maintenance.
The career outlook for RNs is good. The mean annual salary ranges from $51, 640 - $76, 570. The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that overall job opportunities are expected to be excellent for registered nurses.
Ohio Medical Career Center is accredited by North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA-CASI). NCA-CASI has accredited institutions in 19 states.
The list below shows all the programs that may be offered at Ohio Medical Career Center. Programs may differ from the list below, to get an official list of programs offered please visit the school's website or by phone at (937) 567-8880.
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