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Academic Programs at AIMS
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Cardiovascular technologists perform diagnostic examinations at the request of a physician. This program will prepare students to perform non-invasive procedures like cardiac sonography or peripheral vascular sonography.
The Pharmacy Technician program is a PTCB-Recognized training program. It will prepare students to become skilled, entry-level pharmacy techs. In addition to industry leading training, students will receive practical, hands-on experience.
The Medical Assistant program is designed to train students in basic medical assisting skills. Students in this program will learn how to provide direct patient care and assist with various administrative tasks in a medical office setting.
This MRI Technologist program is accredited by ARMRIT and approved by ARRT. MRI technologists are allied health professionals who use specialized MRI equipment to visualize the internal structures of the human body.
Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography
Surgical technologists are key members of the surgical team who work closely with surgeons and other surgical staff. This ABHES accredited program will prepare students to become skilled operating room technicians.
The Endoscopy Technician program provides students with the knowledge and skills required to work as an entry-level endoscopy tech. Students in this program will learn how to assist in a variety of endoscopic procedures.
Sterile Processing Technician
Medical Billing and Coding
The Medical Billing and Coding program will prepare students to work as a medical biller in a variety of healthcare settings. Areas of study include medical billing, basic medical coding, medical insurance, HIPAA, and electronic health records.
Cardiac Monitor Technician
Cardiac monitor technicians perform and/or monitor various diagnostic procedures related to the heart. Students in this program learn how to perform resting EKGs, stress testing, ambulatory monitoring, and rhythm analysis.
The EKG/Phlebotomy Technician training program will prepare students to work as entry-level EKG technicians or phlebotomy technicians. Students in this program will primarily learn how to draw blood and perform EKG tests.
The Phlebotomy Technician program will prepare students to work as healthcare technicians specializing in phlebotomy. The primary job responsibilities for a phlebotomist include drawing blood and preparing it for lab testing.
Why Choose AIMS Education?
AIMS Education is institutionally accredited by the Middle State Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA-CESS) and the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Several of the programs offered at AIMS have also earned programmatic accreditation and/or various other approvals.
Obtaining accreditation demonstrates that an institution is in compliance with recognized standards of education, and it ensures that the quality of education meets the expectations of its stakeholders.
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