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PIMA MEDICAL INSTITUTE -
PHOENIX CAMPUS

13610 N. Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, AZ 85029
800-477-PIMA
Our Phoenix campus, which opened in 2015, serves Glendale, Peoria, Sun City, Goodyear, Scottsdale and other nearby western Phoenix cities. The campus offers seven certificate programs and three associate degree programs for your medical career training.

The Phoenix location, like all of our campuses, gives you hands-on learning opportunities with instructors who are focused on your success and prepare you for a real-world medical career.

The Pima Medical experience is a life-changing blend of a real college campus and the closeness of family.

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.

Medical Billing and Coding

Medical billing and coding professionals are responsible for providing complete and accurate information and records for the patient and the insurance companies. You might work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, nursing care facilities, home healthcare services or pharmacies.

Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy technicians assist patients with the collection of blood and other clinical specimens. These techs can work in clinical labs, hospitals, independent laboratories, physicians’ offices, health maintenance organizations, public health agencies, nursing homes, research institutions, blood donor centers or mobile laboratories.

Sterile Processing Technician

The cleanliness, functionality and inventory of healthcare instrumentation and equipment is dependent on sterile processing technicians. You can be prepared to work in hospitals, surgery centers, third party reprocessors or transplant reprocessors.

Veterinary Assistant

A veterinary assistant cares for animals in an animal hospital or clinic setting, under the supervision of a veterinarian or veterinary technician. With a veterinary assistant certificate, opportunities such as a laboratory animal caretaker or animal care and service worker will open up. You may work in private veterinary clinics, animal shelters, animal hospitals or even zoos.

Associate

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Diagnostic medical sonographers, often called "ultrasound technologists", create images of internal body structures to aid in making medical diagnoses. With this degree, you'll be prepared to work in hospitals, physicians' offices, medical and diagnostic labs, outpatient imaging departments or free-standing urgent care facilities.

Surgical Technology

Surgical technologists prepare operating rooms, supplies and equipment for surgical procedures, manage sterile fields throughout the operative procedure and advocate for patient safety. With this degree, you can work in hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, endoscopy clinics, plastic surgery offices, medical device companies, labor and delivery or sterile processing departments.

Veterinary Technician

Veterinary technicians gain specialized knowledge of animal behavior and care, laboratory testing, surgical assisting, and nursing procedures to nurture the health and well-being of animals. You can work in clinics, hospitals, laboratories, ranches, zoos, biomedical facilities or wildlife facilities, humane societies and animal control facilities or other professional veterinary settings.

Program Summaries
Certificate
Associate
 

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