Medical Assistant Training, Dental Assistant Training, Health Information Technology, & Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist Programs Available At CHCP Dallas Campus

Houston, TX (August 2, 2012) The College of Health Care Professions CEO Jon Emerald announced today that the school is now offering four allied healthcare training programs at its Dallas location - Medical Assistant Training, Dental Assistant Training, Health Information Technology, and Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist.

“I’m pleased to be able to offer four of our most popular health care training programs at our new Dallas campus,” Said Emerald.

Consisting of in-depth lectures, labs, and hands-on clinical work, all of CHCP’s programs give students the training necessary to advance their health care careers.

The Medical Assistant Training program prepares students for the challenging and rewarding career of a medical assistant, helping doctors and patients in different health care settings, including medical offices and specialties like sports medicine, pediatrics, and OB/GYN.

The Dental Assistant Training program prepares students for job opportunities as dental assistants, dental administrative assistants, dental billing clerks, chair-side assistants, dental collection assistants, and dental receptionists.

The Health Information Technology program prepares students for successful careers in fields such as, medical coders, data analysts, health record technicians, ER and outpatient coders, claims processors/auditors, HIM Technicians and medical office specialists among others.

The Limited Medical Radiologic Technology AAS Degree  program offers students hands-on training in many areas of radiology which will prepare them to pass the Texas state licensing exam after graduation, opening the door to a radiology technician career at a hospital, chiropractor’s office, medical office, or digital imaging center.

The Dallas campus is located at 8390 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway, Suite 300 Dallas, Texas 75243, (214) 420-3400

“CHCP plans to continue expanding the course offerings at our Dallas campus. We are committed to offering health care professionals continuing education programs that will give them the tools necessary to stay current and advance their career fields with the latest changes and updates in the healthcare industry,” Emerald said.

The College of Health Care Professions also offers an online degree program, where students have the independence to advance their careers around busy schedules. Students enrolled in an online program have 24/7 access to coursework and 24/7 IT support when necessary. Students who choose to receive online training are assigned a Student Services Advisor who provides individualized and personalized service.