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The Ross Education Experience: Quality Allied Health Education

At Ross Medical Education Center and Ross College, our goal is simple: to provide the highest quality education possible to motivated individuals seeking an exciting, fulfilling career in the healthcare industry. One of the things that truly sets us apart is the way we go about achieving that mission each and every day. We are fast-empowering our students to graduate and get out in the field quickly. We are focused-delivering only the most relevant courses and skills to our students. We are friendly-welcoming students into a caring, supportive learning community.

Our Allied Healthcare Programs

At Ross, we offer programs in some of the fastest growing fields in the healthcare industry, including Medical Assistant, Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration, Dental Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Veterinary Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Nursing, Practical Nursing, Veterinary Technology, and Business Management. Each of these respected programs delivers well-rounded courses, personalized and supportive instruction, and an abundance of hands-on learning opportunities through our externship and clinical experiences.

Our Convenience

With 40 campus locations throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Iowa, Kentucky, Alabama, and Tennessee, the exceptional learning experience Ross has offered for more than 50 years is now accessible and convenient. Additionally, you’ll enjoy flexible courses and scheduling options that will allow you to earn your certificate or diploma without sacrificing your personal or professional responsibilities.

Our Community

The caring, supportive nature of our educational community has set us apart throughout our history at Ross. Whether it’s faculty, staff, or your fellow students, when you join us at Ross, you’ll become a valued member of a tight-knit community of teachers and students.

Programs Available at Ross Education:

    Dental Assistant

    Pursue Dental Assistant school training through hands-on courses at one of 32 Ross campus locations.

    In the Ross Dental Assistant school program, students will be instructed on clinical as well as administrative skills relevant to the dental office. Training program instructors with experience in the field provide instruction to students on many necessary skills including radiograph processing, preparing and disposing of anesthetic, taking and recording vital signs, and taking impressions.

    Dental Assistant program students

    Additionally, training program students are presented with important terminology and basic administrative tasks such as preparing a new patient chart, filing medical records, scheduling appointments, and completing insurance claim forms. Once students successfully complete the school program, they should be prepared to seek entry-level positions as dental assistants or receptionists, insurance clerks, supply salespeople, and/or administrative assistants.

    What is a Dental Assistant?

    Dental assistants are vital members of the dental office staff. Although their responsibilities may differ slightly from one facility to another depending on size and workflow, the demand for them is universal. Often you will find them providing direct patient care as they help to prepare patients for procedures or examinations, perform xrays, or assisting the dentist during treatment. They are also sometimes responsible for a variety of administrative tasks that can range from scheduling appointments and greeting patients to ordering supplies and updating patient records.

    Medical Assistant

    Hands-on Medical Assistant training programs offered at 40 school locations

    Each of our school campuses offer medical assistant training. The program provides class instruction on basic human anatomy and physiology, disease processes, medical terminology, first aid, assisting with examinations, and CMA procedures.

    Medical Assistant program student at CMA school

    Instructors also give direction on administrative office skills including medical charting and filing, basic word processing and computer information, customer service skills, and various other routine office procedures. After successfully completing the MA program, students should be prepared to work in entry-level positions in a physician’s office, clinic, or other medical setting.

    What is a Medical Assistant?

    A medical assistant is a healthcare professional that works alongside doctors, nurses, and other healthcare staff. Medical assistants are found in physicians’ offices, hospitals, clinics, and a variety of other locations. In some larger facilities, they are oftentimes specialized in a particular area, whether clinical or administrative. In smaller practices, a medical assistant will likely be found performing a variety of both administrative and clinical tasks and helping to keep the office running smoothly.

    Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration

    Obtain interactive medical billing, coding, and office administration training at the Ross campus location nearest to you.

    Ross offers medical billing and coding related training in the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program. Students receive direction from experienced instructors on basic human anatomy and physiology, disease processes and the associated pharmacotherapy, and medical terminology.

    Medical Insurance Billing Office Administration program students

    They are also instructed on administrative skills including medical charting and filing, financial recordkeeping, proper processing of medical insurance claims, and other routine medical office procedures. Graduates of this program should be prepared to seek entry-level employment in positions such as Medical Receptionist, Medical Secretary, Billing Clerk, Patient Account Representative, and Patient Services Representative.

    What is Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration?

    Medical billers and coders are essential to the healthcare team at any medical facility. A medical biller and coder performs many administrative tasks that keep communication going between patients, physicians, and insurance companies. Some of the tasks they perform include tracking and recording patient data, communicating with doctors and other medical staff to ensure they have the correct information, managing coded information, and assigning the appropriate ICD-10 codes for treatments and diagnoses.

    Occupational Therapy Assistant - Associate of Applied Science

    Study to become an Occupational Therapy Assistant at our Hopkinsville or Quad Cities Ross campuses.

    The Occupational Therapy Assistant Associate of Applied Science degree program can prepare you for the opportunity to help improve the quality of a person’s life and ability to perform daily activities through rehabilitative exercises and activities. Working as part of a rehabilitation team and under the supervision of an occupational therapist, you will find occupational therapy assistants in a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, home health care, early intervention, school systems, and psychiatric hospitals.

    The goal of occupational therapy is to help clients return to every day activities such as work, play, leisure, and home activities. In order to accomplish this, occupational therapy assistants think creatively to help clients with disabilities.

    What is an Occupational Therapy Assistant?

    Occupational therapy assistants work alongside and under the supervision of occupational therapists. They assist occupational therapy clients as they relearn and develop typical daily life skills like eating, getting dressed, working, driving, etc. Occupational therapy assistants can be found in a variety of settings and working with many different types of patients.

    Some choose to work with the elderly in their homes, nursing homes, or clinics. Others work with children, helping them to expand their skills in accomplishing fundamental activities. Still others may decide to work with patients that have disabilities that challenge their ability to perform necessary tasks.

    Pharmacy Technician

    Experience hands-on Pharmacy Technician training at one of 19 Ross school locations.

    During the Ross Pharmacy Technician training program, our school’s students will be instructed on how to function as an assistant to a licensed pharmacist including the standards of pharmacy ethics and law, microbiology, pharmaceutical and medical terminology, dosages, and both trade and generic names of drugs.

    Pharmacy Technician training school students

    Experienced training school instructors will also direct students in performing essential functions related to drug procurement and inventory control, manufacturing and packaging operations, compounding procedures, and much more. Upon successful completion of the training program, students should be prepared to work in entry-level positions in a community, retail, and/or hospital/health system’s pharmacy.

    What is a Pharmacy Technician?

    Pharmacy technicians act in a key role in a pharmacy setting. They work under the supervision of a pharmacist and assist them by helping to prepare and distribute prescription medications to patients. They may do a mix of clinical tasks like counting pills, mixing medications, measuring medications, and labeling prescriptions and administrative tasks like taking payments and recording prescriptions over the phone.