Are you a patient and caring person who is interested in the fast-growing field of healthcare? Our programs teach a wide variety of in-demand healthcare skills such as nursing fundamentals, medical and dental office management, physical rehabilitation, pharmacology, patient care, and oral care procedures.

With the average program completion time between 10 -16 months, Provo College’s School of Healthcare provides accelerated opportunities for entrance into these in-demand career fields:

  • Medical Assisting

    Medical-Assist-Thumb-ImageIf you love to help others and want to work in the exciting field of health care, train to become a Medical Assistant at Provo College. You’ll get the skills required to assist patients and physicians in a real medical setting, including conducting lab work, suturing wounds and applying dressings, taking vital signs and interpreting the results.
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  • Nursing

    If you a compassionate person who wants to join the fast-growing healthcare industry as a Registered Nurse, the Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing will prepare you take the same exam that other four-year nursing students take to become licensed as a Registered Nurse. Upon successful passing of the examination, you can work in hospitals, medical offices, nursing homes, home health, ambulatory care sites, and other health settings. You’ll gain vital on-the-job skills through classroom instruction, practice labs, and clinical experience.
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  • Physical Therapist Assistant
    Do yPTA-Thumb-Imageou dream of a career where you can help people rehabilitate from injuries, disorders, or disabilities? Physical therapist assistants provide skilled interventions to clients of all ages with musculoskeletal, neurological, pain and movement disorders. Physical therapy practitioners help restore and maintain function that allows patients to more fully participate in activities of daily life. Physical Therapist Assistants work in school systems, fitness centers, long-term care facilities, home care agencies, hospitals, and outpatient clinics.
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