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Apr
05

Tips to land the job.

Here at the American College of Healthcare, we know your education is important, but we also know getting the job after you graduate is just as important. Here are some tips to help you land the job. Nail your resume- Your resume is one of, if not the most important things to the job process […]

By Patrick Shearer | Uncategorized
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Apr
03

How to get to the American College of Healthcare.

To Riverside Campus Coming from Corona: take the 91 East, exit off Magnolia, turn left onto Pierce St, and turn right onto Pierce St. 11801 Pierce St suite 100. Coming from Temecula: take the 15 north to the 91 east, exit off Magnolia, turn left onto Pierce St, and turn right onto Pierce St. 11801 […]

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Mar
27

What to know during the externship process.

Have some questions about your upcoming externships? American College of Healthcare is here to help. We talked to career services to clear up some possible questions. Who should students get into contact with before they start their externships? You should be getting into contact with your career services representative. You can contact Lisa for Veterinary, […]

By Patrick Shearer | Healthcare Careers
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Mar
22

Medical Billing and Coding interview.

Medical Billing and Coding is one of the most unique programs in the medical field. We took some time to sit down and speak to American College of Healthcare’s MBC instructor to answer a few questions about the program. What is a student going to learn in class that they won’t expect? “I think the […]

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Mar
13

Surgical Technology instructor interview.

Sitting down with American College of Healthcare’s Surgical Technology professor and department head we asked a few questions about the program. Our Surgical Technology program is a 16-month program at our Riverside and Huntington Park locations. What got you into teaching?  “Always wanted to help others since I was at University since I was at […]

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Feb
15

Veterinary Assistant instructor interview.

We sat down with the Veterinary Assistant teacher here at the American College of Healthcare to better understand our program. Our program is an 8-month program at the Riverside and Huntington Park locations of the school where you will learn in the classroom as well as the lab by taking vital signs, administering medication, surgery […]

By Patrick Shearer | Veterinary Assistant
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Jan
25

Ways to balance school and work together.

Being a student is hard work and it takes a lot your time if you want to be successful. Working as well as going to school can make both of these things even more stressful than they already are. Working and going to school is a reality for most college students, and managing your time […]

By Patrick Shearer | General
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Jan
23

How to take better notes

Taking notes is one of the most important parts of your college career. Here are some tips that will make your note-taking more effective. Organize everything- If you are going to write your notes in the same notebook for multiple subjects and modules when the notes are completed, hole punch them and organize them in […]

By Patrick Shearer | School Tips
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Jan
05

New year, make yourself a new you.

With the New Year starting off all of us are trying to become better versions of ourselves. Why not make yourself better with a certificate from the American College of Healthcare? Here are some of the benefits that will come with your time and certificate from the American College of Healthcare. Small classrooms. Unlike community […]

By Patrick Shearer | General
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Dec
16

The Great Benefits of Becoming a Medical Assistant

Medical assistants have been a critical part of the thriving healthcare industry since the formal establishment of medical assisting in the 1950’s. Becoming a medical assistant is a great path for those who are looking for a career in medicine. The need for qualified individuals in this field is great as doctors and nurses must […]

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