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Diagnostic Medical Sonography
A diagnostic medical sonographer, commonly known as a sonographer, captures ultrasound images of various regions of the body using imaging technology and soundwaves. In this program, you're trained on how to obtain and evaluate sonographic images. These images are used to aid clinicians in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of medical disorders.
Sterile Processing Technology
Medical equipment preparers, also known as sterile processing technicians, are in charge of sanitizing and preparing medical equipment. In a clinical setting, sterile processing technologists are members of the operations team. They are in charge of cleaning, sterilizing, and preparing medical instruments and equipment needed during surgery and other medical operations. Their responsibility is to reduce the risk of a potentially life-threatening infection during surgery.
Cardiac sonographers, also known as echocardiographers, are medical professionals that specialize in using imaging technologies to assist physicians in diagnosing cardiac abnormalities in patients. In this program you will learn how to use ultrasound machines to create moving 2-D and 3-D images of the heart and its chambers.
Medical assistants are caregivers who work primarily in clinics or medical offices to assist doctors or other healthcare professionals. They help with administrative and clinical tasks such as gathering a patient's history and personal information, scheduling appointments, answering the phone, and even checking vitals. Medical assisting is one of the fastest-growing careers.
Surgical technologists are medical professionals who work in the initial scrub role, which entails preparing operating rooms, setting up equipment, and aiding doctors during surgeries. The surgical technologist's responsibility is to anticipate the surgeon's needs by handing out equipment and providing supplies. They are vital in ensuring that sterile procedures are followed in order to prevent the patient from developing a surgical site infection.
Welcome to Medical Career Institute!
Medical Career Institute provides an on-campus classrooms and work-simulated laboratory environment with program–appropriate equipment to further acquaint students with the health care atmosphere that they will encounter in their chosen field of employment specialty. Class size is limited to an average of ten to twenty students per instructor to maximize learning and personal attention. Lunchroom and lavatories are also available for students use.
The program offerings at Medical Career Institute are designed for individuals with a wide range of academic preparation and educational needs. Our curriculum are guided by and meet requirements of national accrediting agencies in preparing students for national tests to achieve their licenses and certificates.
Accreditation & Approvals
Medical Career Institute is approved by the New Jersey Department of Education and Department of Labor and Workforce Development. MCI is also programmatically accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) and the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Eligible students may participated in Financial Aid as approved through the U.S. Department of Education as well as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.