American Healthcare is a for-profit college located in Riverside, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 167 undergraduate students. The American Healthcare acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Office Assistant, Surgical Technologist, and Medical Insurance Billing and Claims. Graduating 91% of students, American Healthcare alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $22,300.
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This is an excellent school. They will make sure you understand the subject and give you lots of personal attention. I was scared of failing when I started the Massage and Physical Therapy program, but NMs. Lynn was very thorough and comprehensive covering every detail of human anatomy, so we know where to place our fingers to give a therapeutic massage. Alos, they are approved by the California Massage board and you can take your test upon completion and work in any city in California. Not every school is approved by them.
I am currently attending the Veterinary Assisting program at American College of Healthcare and I'm not sure what that other reviewer is talking about, but my instructor and program are amazing. There is no Ms. Carrie here so that reviewer is probably talking about a different school. My admissions adviser, Sarah, has been a part of this process every step of the way. The school has events for students. For example, they had an outdoor movie night for all students and staff outside on the grass and our families and friends were welcome to participate. I brought my husband and kids and we had a great time. The school provided popcorn, hot dogs and soda free for all students and guests. For Halloween, the school had a huge barbeque and costume contest for students and their families. They had a Halloween makeup artist there for the kids. Great school, great experience. Super fun.
Overall great school. Fast paced to employment. The staff and faculty are very friendly making sure you understand the subject. If you to a JC they do not care if you learn the subject and the instructor never tutor you. I went to riverside city college and all the popular courses have waiting list and there are so many students in each class that the instructor does not have time to give you individual attention.