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PIMA MEDICAL INSTITUTE -
MESA CAMPUS

957 S. Dobson Road
Mesa, AZ 85202
800-477-PIMA
Located in the greater Phoenix area, our Mesa campus features some of the most sophisticated labs among medical trade schools. Whether you’re making dental molds in the real-world lab, learning to help patients in the occupational therapy lab or working in the seven-bed high-fidelity nursing simulation lab, you’ll use the same equipment found in today’s hospitals and clinics.

Like all of our campuses, the Mesa location will give hands-on learning opportunities with instructors who prepare you for a real-world medical career and are dedicated to your success.

The Pima Medical experience is a blend of a real college campus and the closeness of family in the growing field of medicine.

Programs Offered At This Campus

Certificate

Dental Assistant

A dental assistant has a variety of responsibilities, including helping patients feel comfortable and easing anxieties, assisting the dentist during treatment procedures and teaching patients the skills needed to maintain and improve oral health. This certificate can help you become a dental assistant, orthodontic assistant, oral surgery assistant or surgical dental assistant.

Health Care Administration Certificate

Health care administrative assistants are key members of the front-office medical staff. These assistants manage electronic health records, greet patients and ensure the office operates efficiently. With this training, you can become a medical administrative assistant, medical secretary, medical receptionist, medical office specialist, office manager or medical records clerk.

Medical Assistant

Medical assistants work closely with healthcare team members, including doctors and nurses. They treat patients from newborns to senior citizens. As a medical assistant, you may work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, clinics or outpatient medical facilities. You also may work in administrative support occupations, medical assisting education or office management.

Pharmacy Technician

A pharmacy technician works alongside pharmacists to help provide medications and healthcare products to patients. With this training, you might work in hospitals, retail or mail order pharmacies, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, in-home health environments or other healthcare facilities.

Associate

Nursing

Nurses are part of the core medical team, working directly with patients and handling a wide range of responsibilities. They can work in diverse patient care areas such as labor and delivery, surgery, trauma, pediatrics, geriatrics, and more. You can gain career opportunities in hospitals, healthcare facilities, clinics, community health organizations, schools, long-term care facilities, in-home health, physicians’ offices or outpatient clinics.

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Occupational therapy assistants help all ages of patients with all different types of disabilities and challenges to allow them to participate in everyday life activities. You could find yourself serving in public schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, mental health centers and nursing homes and other community settings.

Paramedic

Paramedics are part of a team of first responders in an emergency, providing timely, competent care. As a paramedic, you may serve in ambulance services, hospitals, industrial plants, forest service or fire departments.

Physical Therapist Assistant

Physical therapist assistants help patients who are recovering from injuries and illnesses, helping them to gain better movement and function. As a physical therapist assistant, you’ll have opportunities in the offices of physical therapists, hospitals, nursing care facilities, home healthcare services, outpatient clinics and school systems.

Radiography

A radiographer, or radiologic technologist, performs diagnostic medical imaging examinations. These technicians work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, clinics, diagnostic imaging centers and outpatient care centers.

Respiratory Therapy

Respiratory therapists are specialists in diagnosis, treatment, prevention, management and rehabilitation of patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders. As a respiratory therapist, you could work in hospitals, specialty asthma or cystic fibrosis clinics, long-term care facilities, pulmonologists’ offices, sleep labs or air and ambulance transport companies.

Program Summaries
Certificate
Associate
 

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Pima Medical Institute’s instructors have years of relevant, hands-on experience to share with students. These academically and professionally qualified instructors create authentic scenarios during your courses in our real-world labs.
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