JUMPSTART YOUR HEALTHCARE CAREER WITH THE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
If you’ve been considering going into the healthcare filed, wouldn’t you want to get your training where doctors get theirs? The School for Allied Health Professionals is one such Medical Training School that is uniquely supported by local physicians who are active practitioners in local community hospitals. Students who train at the school can be ready to enter the job market in as little as five months.
Founded in 2006 by Nora Flores and Manny Pecana, MD, P.A. the School for Allied Health had a unique vision from the very beginning: to partner with healcare companies like AMS, Bard, Dupuy with Johnson & Johnson and Johnson & Johnson to ensure that the skill set of the school’s students meet the needs of corporate healthcare with whom they will be seeking jobs. This vision makes the school’s graduates better candidates and dramatically shortens the learning curve for the corporations looking to hire. It was a natural partnership.
SCHOOL FOR ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS OFFERS LEADING EDGE PROGRAMS THAT INCLUDE:
• Advanced Surgical
• Medical Insurance and Coding Specialist
• Pharmacy Technician
• Medical Assistant
• Dental Assistant
OTHER LOCAL PHYSICIANS COMMITTED TO THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL INCLUDE:
Manuel Pecana M.D., John Pickel M.D., Steven Seligman M.D., Patrick Collini M.D., Marian Zinnate M.D., Celso Hernandez M.D., and Anthony Brentlinger M.D..
As one of the newest open reservation Bioskills facilities in the United States, the school also draws experienced physicians from all over the world representing many specialties to its facility. Physicians come not only for the school’s continuing education programs but also for its state-of-the-art surgical labs. The facility boasts 2 wet labs and 11 classrooms to handle your education and training demands. The labs allow the development and application of new, minimally invasive medical technology. Treatment and diagnostic techniques that invade the body less than traditional methods includes surgical instruments, techniques, gene therapy, pharmaceuticals, navigational tools (image guidance), Interventional devices (stents, catheters, trocars, etc.) and robotic and computer applications. “We have seen the benefits of bioskills training events and are committed to helping companies provide more of this hands-on education.”
Is such medical terminology is music to your ears? Then contact the School for Allied Health Professionals at 817-394-2600. The school is located at 701 East Interstate 20, suite 151 in Arlington, Texas 76018. The website is also a great source for information at www.sfahplabs.com, www.sfahp.com. Classes are offered throughout the week and on weekends to accommodate the practice schedules of the medical professional staff.