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.
On Saturday, September 13th, the staff and students from the Ross Medical Education Center campus in Taylor participated in Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes. The walk was approximately three miles and was sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. The venue was the Detroit Zoo, so it was a great time for children and families […]
On Saturday, October 11th, the Ross Medical Education Center Port Huron Campus participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. Both students and staff felt honored to take part in this event for the fourth year in a row, as the cause is near and dear to many. The campus was represented by 18 […]
Last week, on Friday, October 10th, students from the Ross Medical Education Center Davison campus’ Medical Assistant program headed out to the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth, Michigan for the Annual Michigan State Society of American Medical Technologists (MSSAMT) Fall Scientific Meeting. The class was able to attend a seminar entitled “Phlebotomy Challenges” given by Marie […]