Academy of Allied Health Careers

Shorter programs that cost less save you both time and money and are designed to get you to work quickly.   By graduating sooner, you could earn as much as $30-50,000 more in income!!

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Flexible Finance Options and Grants Available

The Academy will help you afford a quality education by taking advantage of multiple Grants, Federal Student Loans and Flexible Payment Options.

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Our Graduates Get Jobs! 

By partnering with every major hospital and physician's group in the greater Chattanooga area, over 96% of the Academy's graduates go to work in their chosen field immediately upon graduation!

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Our Careers

Clinical Medical Assistant

The Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) is a member of the healthcare team working under the direct supervision of a Physician, Registered Nurse, or Physician’s Assistant.

Professional Coder PLUS

The Certified Professional Coder (CPC) is the gold standard for medical coding in physician offices and hospital administration.

Medical Administrative Assistant/Clinical Medical Assistant BUNDLE Program

Medical Administrative Assistant/Clinical Medical Assistant Bundle Program thoroughly prepares students for the clinical skills, administrative skills, and electronic health record knowledge that CMAs and MAAs need to know.

Phlebotomy Technician

A Phlebotomy Technician is a member of the healthcare team who is skilled in various techniques of obtaining, labeling, sorting, preparing and transporting blood samples from patients.

Medical Administrative Assistant/Electronic Health Records Specialist

The Medical Administrative Assistant/Electronic Health Records Specialist Program thoroughly prepares students for the administrative and electronic health record skills that Medical Administrative Assistants need to know.

Nursing Assistant

This program prepares students to work as Nursing Assistants (NAs) in hospitals, nursing homes, or residential care facilities. Through classroom lectures, campus labs, and clinical training, participants learn the skills required of NAs. Program completers will be eligible to take the State of Tennessee Certified Nursing Assistant exam.

What Our Students Say

I’m a current student now and this school is an amazing place ! The teachers are wonderful and willing to help everyone. They encourage us day in and day out and support us . They understand that life happens and they will work with you anyway they can as long as you communicate with them. This school is a blessing & I’m very thankful that I have the chance to come to this school.

- Mary H.

Best choice I have made! Definitely recommend this school to anyone who is looking to go into the medical field 😊 Always felt welcomed & the staff is absolutely the best. Don’t hesitate, you won’t regret it !

- Yadira Avila

I loved the Academy! I completed the Phlebotomy Technician program (5 weeks) with Ms. Dana and it was amazing! I just finished the class in between my freshmen & sophomore year of college, definitely worth it. It’s also good for anyone who is switching majors/career paths into the medical field. I joined this class with no medical knowledge or experience! It’s the best decision I ever made. It changed my life for the better.

- Sailor Anglin

This place allowed me to change my life. The staff and Instructors are the best in Chattanooga. I am forever grateful to this school and the staff, they challenged me to chase my dream and taught me how to succeed and along the way I gained an amazing family❤️❤️. Give yourself the chance to have an amazing career that you enjoy waking up and going to each day! Call them Today, you won’t be disappointed!!

- Melanie Tankersley Wyatt

Teachers are awesome! They really care not only about you succeeding not only in school but in life as well. They programs are fast pace but you will not have any problems learning and retaining the information needed and more. I’ve completed the CEHRS program as well as the MAA program and I’m now enrolled in the CMA program. I started in June and will have completed all three courses and have all three certifications by December. If you’re looking for school that cares and will have you certified and working quickly, Allied Health Careers is an excellent option.

- Yana Springs
Our Current Schedule

Take a moment to view our current course schedule for details about our courses. If you have any questions or wish to schedule an appointment to discuss which course is the best for you, please give us a call!

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