Are you out of work? Have the realities of a nation desperately attempting to claw its way back from the brink of financial crisis left you wondering what you’re going to do with the rest of your life? You aren’t alone. Economic Crisis claimed many careers, with longstanding industries crumbling under the advent of new technology and an overall lack of dollars present in the market. But your life is not over. Your career is not over. The medical field represents a wealth of possibilities to help an established worker such as yourself get back on track.
You may be telling yourself that you don’t have the time or funds to return to college and get a degree in pre-medicine or nursing. Well, the good news is that you don’t have to. Organizations like the FHCA provide education and training to aspiring medical personnel, granting them certification to work in a variety of fulfilling and promising positions without a costly 4 year degree.
The medical industry is constantly growing. It will always be in demand. It is an unfortunate truth of existence that illness and injury can and will occur in all human beings. People will always need quality care. Quality people are needed to provide quality care. While your former industry may have folded, a career in the medical field is practically recession proof. Should a crisis such as this ever arise again, you can sleep better knowing that the role you play is vital and necessary to many lives.
With a career in medicine comes the peace of mind one reserves for times in which they know they are doing the right thing. Medical technicians help doctors and nurses save people’s lives. You will be able to lay your head down at night, knowing that you are doing good work that has positively impacted the lives of others. While oftentimes medical careers involve long hours and hard work, you’ll always know that you’re making a difference. Not many industries can say that!
The FHCA has a variety of specialties one can train in:
Patient Care Technicians, who often have the most amount of direct contact with patients due to their wide array of skills.
Clinical Medical Assistants, whose duties range from administrative to clinical
Pharmacy Technicians, who assist pharmacists with fulfilling prescriptions and inform patients on recommended use of medications.
Home Health Aides, who provide care to patients within the comfort of the patient’s home.
Phlebotomy, where students will learn how to accurately draw and test blood.
Nursing Assistant, where students will learn to provide quality care to patients.
Electrocardiograph Aides, who perform EKG testing which helps to monitor potential cardiac issues.
If you are interested in any of the classes offered by the FHCA, please visit us online at www.fhcaorlando.com. Information found on the site will further explain the course work load, provided materials, cost, and financing options.
Take charge of yours situation. Embark upon a new and exciting career in the medical industry today, at the FHCA!