“The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that several health professions from 2010-2020 will grow between 39%-70%. Examples of some of those health occupations include medical assistance, physical therapist, medical sonography, home health aids, bioengineers, etc. The state and region will continue to need over the next decade clinical laboratory technologists, pharmacists, dental professionals, register nurses, home health aids, physicians and surgeons, to name of few. Many of these health occupations are high paying positions well into the six figures. Graduates of health professional programs find employment in both the private and public sector and are generally immune from fiscal cycles and have great mobility within their chosen health profession.” Dr. Robin Dodson, Idaho State University
If you have an interest in the medical field, this school is for you. We provide a great learning environment of highly motivated students and enthusiastic teachers.