All of the programs offered at Ross Medical Education Center are designed to eliminate unnecessary classes, which means getting into the workforce FAST.
Most of our programs can be completed within nine months or less. During that time the instructional staff at Ross is FOCUSED on just one thing: Allied Healthcare Education.
Classes are small. Students come first. The entire school community seems like a family. It’s a FRIENDLY place to be taught new skills and prepare for success in the healthcare field.
This September, the Madison Heights campus of Ross Medical Education Center held a purse and handbag drive for a non-profit organization called HandBags of Hope. This organization provides basic necessities, education, support, and advocacy. Through community collaboration, they strive to end domestic and sexual violence and to promote a safe environment for all. Diane Elsey, […]
Lindsay Godfrey was a student at the Ross Medical Education Center in Brighton nearly five years ago. While there, she completed the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program. During that time, she was a single mother taking care of her two small sons. With the challenge of parenting, it can be difficult to at […]
Recently, Ross College students, staff, and faculty in Sylvania helped the Children’s Burn Unit at St. Vincent Mercy Hospital by hosting a stuffed animal drive on their campus. Over the course of the drive, they collected over 100 stuffed animals to donate. The children in this unit of the hospital are burn victims who need […]