Northcoast Medical Training is a for-profit college located in Franklin Township, Ohio in the Cleveland Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 224 undergraduate students. The Northcoast Medical Training acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Northcoast Medical Training alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $18,300.
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Their Lpn is the best in the akron/kent/Cleveland area and I recommend to anyone! I passed my nclex on the first time. Even though some things is outdated at this school the quality of education beats that. I loved it here.
This is the greatest vocational schools I believe exist. The teachers are caring, helpful and resourceful. I have learned so much and I would recommend this school to anyone.
As a veterinary assistant in training there is a lot of work. We have to know a lot just to keep up with the vet. We do have many great opportunities to help us learn. Like in first quarter we receive cats from the local APL. Second quarter we go to the dog warden every Thursday to vaccinate and diagnose the dogs. In third quarter, which i am in now we have job shadows. For the job shadows we go to different veterinary clinics, to see what it is like to be in that environment. As for fourth quarter we are on our own at externships.