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How big is the healthcare career field going to be in the coming years? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be 2.3 million new healthcare jobs between 2014 and 2024.1 This growth is a result of numerous factors, including an aging population with increasing medical needs, and implementation of the Affordable Care Act which is making medical services available to a growing number of people. Stautzenberger College has programs to prepare students for a variety of entry-level healthcare careers with strong job opportunities.

Medical Programs
Allied Health - AAS
Career highlights: Helps you advance an existing healthcare career and gain more responsibility

Central Sterile Processing
Career highlights: Put organization and technical skills to work as part of a healthcare team.

Medical Assistant
Career highlights: Hands-on, collaborate with a healthcare team, perform clinical and administrative skills

Medical Office Billing and Coding
Career highlights: Customer service focus, detail-oriented, opportunity to work directly with patients or back office.
Medical Lab Technician - AAS
Career highlights: Work in a healthcare setting with a heavy dose of science and technology doing sample testing

Practical Nursing
Career highlights: Be part of a healthcare team caring for patients, typically in a nursing home or long-term care facility

Sonography - Diagnostic Medical - AAS
Career highlights: Use ultrasound to help diagnose disease and injury, and to check on unborn babies

Sonography - Diagnostic Cardiovascular - AAS
Career highlights: Use medical imaging equipment to diagnose disease and injury within the cardiovascular system

Surgical Technology - AAS
Career highlights: Assist surgeons and staff in the operating room by managing surgical equipment and prepping tools

1Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Handbook, Employment Projections 2014-2024, retrieved 4/26/16