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.
Ross Medical Education Center in Kokomo recently participated in Howard County’s United Way Day of Caring for the first time. Since the campus opened their doors in early 2013, they have had the opportunity to partner with the local United Way on a few projects. The Dental Assistant students and staff have helped on houses […]
On Thursday, August 28th, the Ross Medical Education Center campus in Flint hosted their annual blood drive. For the second year in a row, the campus decided to partner with the American Red Cross. However, for the first time, they decided to open it up to the community, all enrolled future students, and Ross graduates. […]
As a young girl, Jennifer Randolph had dreams of becoming an Oral Surgeon. However, growing up she learned that women pursued careers as secretaries. Therefore, she enrolled in the Legal Assistant program at Baker College. After one year Jennifer realized that she lacked the passion to finish the degree. In the fall of 1993 she […]