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HCI College provides a student-centered environment consistent with its core values preparing graduates to apply their knowledge, and abilities to succeed in a work environment in their field of study.

Welcome to HCI College

HCI College is dedicated to providing education and training to students for a career in a variety of areas within the healthcare and technical fields, and to prepare them for employment in their chosen field that serves the community. In addition to offering general education, HCI College offers career training programs in:


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These programs are designed to instill the knowledge and skills of professional practice, as well as foster the values of higher education and social responsibility.

Instruction involves both classroom and hands-on experiences with seasoned healthcare professionals in the pre-hospital and hospital arenas. At HCI College, our aim is to provide our students with an education where upon graduation they are equipped to confidently enter the work force to successfully engage and compete with their colleagues. Our dedicated faculty and staff continually seek to improve our environment, skills, and professionalism to ensure that our mission is accomplished. So what are you waiting for? Contact an admissions representative at your local campus to schedule a personal campus tour. We can work together to make your career goals become a reality!

HCI College News

Technical School vs. College: Which is Better?

After high school graduation ceremonies and parties wind down for new graduates, it’s time to get serious and plan for the future. While many people first consider pursuing a college degree, college is not the only post-secondary option out there. Recently, technical schools have been getting more attention from learners—and it’s easy to see why. […]

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7 Steps for Becoming a Travel Nurse

Many people think being a nurse means being tied down in one place and taking care of the same patients every day—but that’s not the case. Due to the growing and evolving medical field, most nurses can now enjoy the freedom to explore different places to work and offer their services to a wide variety […]

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4 Quick Workouts for Paramedics

The physical demands of being a paramedic often mean they have to work long shifts, usually 12 hours. During shifts, paramedics respond to myriad calls and are dispatched to several emergencies that may require them to rush, jump, carry weight, kneel, and bend while taking care of patients. 

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5 Types of Medical Assistant Specialities

A career in the healthcare industry offers a multitude of opportunities for growth and development. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates the healthcare field will be among the fastest-growing occupations in the next decade. 

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