Each course has a prerequisite to starting your training, please contact us before you register to be certain you have met all the requirements to start your education.  Each program has opportunities for internship and/or internship assignments to ensure the use of real-time skills during the educational process.



Medical Assisting 

(12 weeks)



    You must schedule an interview to for acceptance for the program and meet criteria for entrance

    Your educational and professional success is our goal.

   Throughout the program, you will


  • Develop the ability to perform clinical and administrative duties

  • Partner with local health care facilities for relevant hands-on training, practice, and mentorship

  • Explore various facets of the medical assistant trade throughout different courses and practical requirements Upon graduating, you’ll be eligible for a rewarding career in a variety of settings such as hospital clinics, and other types of health care facilities. Job placement assistant is available through career services.




(4-week )



This certificate program provides training in obtaining blood specimens by venipuncture and micro-collection techniques. Phlebotomy technician classes also teach you to collect and process other clinical specimens. As a graduate, you can work in hospitals, physician offices or in independent labs.


Here are just a few classes you will take during the Phlebotomy Technician program:

  • CPR and First Aid

  • Anatomy and Physiology

  • Venipuncture

  • Urinalysis

  • Centrifuging and processing

MRI Training 

(24 week Course)


You must schedule interview to for acceptance for the program and meet criteria for entrance

Your educational  and professional success is our goal.


This certificate program provides advanced classroom and clinical instruction in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Completion of the prescribed curriculum will help prepare the student for the Certification.

Full Course Registration


  • All didactic classes are online.

  • 1000 hours of Clinical Practice scheduled, at students' convenience and sites availability. 

  • Documentation of Clinical Competencies.

  • Full access to E-Learning system.( Lectures, quizzes, homework, handouts

  • Supplemental educational materials (handouts, CD’s, presentations, MR Physics programs

MRI Principles:  Introduction to the basic concepts of  MRI physics and fundamentals. 

MRI Procedures & Pathology:  The goal of this course is to introduce the student to anatomy, procedures, and pathology for imaging various anatomical structures utilizing MRI. 
MRI Advanced Imaging Procedures:  This course is geared to introduce the most advanced imaging procedures and technical developments in MRI today. The emphasis with Neuro, Body, Musculoskeletal and Contrast Enhancement studies.

MRI Clinical Practice:  This course is designed to introduce the student to the clinical application of all didactic courses. It is scheduled at the convenience of the student with days, evenings and weekend hours available for a total of 1000 hours of Clinical Practice.
Clinical Supervision is conducted by MRI Education Facility

MRI Registry Review:  This is an intensive two days Registry Review and preparation.

Medical Assisting Certification-Only Training

(4-week Course)



If you have already graduated from a Medical Assisting Program or have been working as a Medical Assistant and you want to study for your much-needed certification? This course is for you. Prepare for the test here! We have a 99% pass success rate.

Physician Assitant CME Training

(8 HRS)



If you are a P.A. needing Flouro training our board-certified Radiologist will train you to 8-hour Category 1 CMEU  this includes

The radiation safety awareness training the following topics:


         principles of radiation protection;

         biological effects of x-ray radiation

         principles of fluoroscopic systems

         operation of fluoroscopic systems used for interventional purposes;

         fluoroscopic exposure (air kerma) outputs

         high-level control options

         dose reduction techniques; and procedures for recording pertinent data specified

         1-2 hour fluoroscopic machine training demonstration 


Campus Location:

10611 Garland Road, Suite 104
Dallas, Texas 7521