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Clinical Laboratory

Dental Assistant

Diagnostic Medical Sonographers

Massage Therapist

Medical Administrative Assistant

Medical Assistants

Dental Ophthalmic Laboratory Tech

Health Information Tech

Medical Transcriptionists

Nuclear Medicine Technologists

Nurses Aide

Occupational Therapy

Personal Home Care Aides

Physical Therapist

Personal Fitness Trainer

Psychiatric Assistant

Radiologic Technician

Surgical Technologist

Veterinary Technician



Indiana Medical Training Vocational Schools

Schools in Indiana looking to train you in the medical vocational field of your choice. Apply to one of the top healthcare training vocational schools in Indiana below.

Daymar College- Rockport location offer courses in Billing and coding Specialist, Cardiographer Technology, Medical Assisting Administrative/Clinic, Personal Fitness Training, and Pharmacy Technician.

Everest College- Merrillville location offers courses in Massage Therapy, Medical Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Billing and Coding, and Pharmacy Technician.

Harrison College- Multiple locations offer courses in Health Care Management, Medical Assistant, Medical Office Assistant, Medical Reimbursement Technology, Nursing,  and Surgical Technology.

Indiana State University- LPN and an LVN Degrees with the ability to get a Bachelor Degree in Nursing.

Kaplan College - Multiple locations offer courses in Medical Assisting, Coding and Billing, Respiratory Care, and Veterinary Technology.

Lansdale School of Business- Two locations, North Wales and Phoenixville, offer courses  in Allied Health, Medical Administrative Assistant, Message Therapy, Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technician, and Reflexology.

Sanford Brown College- Indianapolis location offers courses in Cardiovascular Sonography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding, and Pharmacy Technician.

Students will be surprised to discover Indiana is influenced by three main land regions; the Great Lakes Plains in the north, the Till Plains in central Indiana and the Southern Plains and Lowlands in the south, the hilliest section of the state.

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