Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Certification & Training
Interested in Medical Certification? Start your medical career today! Contact Pima Medical Institute for information about our courses.
Will you help me get a job?
Yes. Pima Medical Institute has a Career Development Director at each campus. From this office, students receive assistance with professional resume writing and interviewing skills. Getting your job is as important to us as it is to you...for you are a reflection of who we are. Thousands graduate each year from Pima Medical Institute and the majority of those graduates are placed into jobs.
What other help can PMI offer?
Pima Medical Institute has a Student Services Department at each location to assist the student with academic, financial and personal needs. This department is in contact with various community agencies to help the student. Tutoring or other student needs are handled from this department. Contact the Director of Student Services at any campus for additional information.
What is the process for requesting reasonable accommodations if I am a disabled student?
Students seeking reasonable accommodations should download PMI's guidelines by clicking here.
What diplomas and degrees are offered?
Pima Medical Institute offers Associate Degree programs in Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Ophthalmic Medical Technician, Physical Therapist Assistant and Radiography. Certificates are offered in all other medical certification programs.
Are the credits transferable to other schools?
While our medical certification and training programs are very specialized and pertinent to each specialized field, our programs have articulation agreements with various educational institutions. For more specific information, contact the Admissions Department at each campus.
Are night classes available?
Yes. Various medical certification and training programs are offered during the morning, afternoon and evening to accommodate students' scheduling needs. Small classes insure that students receive individualized attention.
How do I enroll?
Just call! Contact the Admissions Department of a campus near you. You can stop by and visit the Admissions Representative who will be more than happy to give you a campus tour and talk to you about all the career options available to you. It's easy. Call today.