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Pima Medical - Chula Vista is a for-profit college located in Chula Vista, California in the San Diego Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 551 undergraduate students. The Pima Medical - Chula Vista acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Veterinary Technician and Assistant, Medical Assistant, and Pharmacy Technician. Graduating 70% of students, Pima Medical - Chula Vista alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,700.
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Most Popular Majors
Veterinary Technician and Assistant262 Graduates
Medical Assistant186 Graduates
Pharmacy Technician74 Graduates
Dental Assisting43 Graduates
Medical Secretary43 Graduates
Radiologic Technician24 Graduates
Respiratory Care Therapy23 Graduates
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Pima Medical Institute - Chula Vista Reviews
Since the COVID-19 pandemic occurred, the instructors were forced to come up with an efficient learning plan for us the students. At first it was a tough time getting used to the online process of lectures and assignments but over time we were able to come up with a format to better out learning ways.
I went to this school for respiratory therapy. The instructors for this program were awesome and really prepared their students with all the adequate tools necessary to succeed. It can be an intense program, but it was well worth it at the end! I'm glad I went to this school for respiratory care. Can't really speak for the other programs they offer, but for the RT program it was worth it.
Don't do it, took the veterinary assistant course, you would think that you will have top of the line equipment and more on hands training with all the money it cost to go here but no worked on old stuffed animals and old broken equipment and did more waiting to use it than learning.