Begin Training at IBMC Fort Collins for a Career as a Medical Assistant or Medical Billing & Coding Professional

The Institute of Business & Medical Careers allows web visitors a convenient way to get started in healthcare profession…fast! 

(Fort Collins, CO July 20, 2012): The Institute of Business & Medical Careers (IBMC) offers prospective students an opportune method to get started in a compassionate, healthcare career as a Medical Assistant or Medical Billing and Coding professional in-time to start classes on August 13, 2012 at the IBMC Fort Collins campus, 3842 S. Mason Street.

IBMC students learn hands-on medical assisting skills and prepare for exciting career opportunities in the medical field.

IBMC caters to busy adults who are seeking a career change, recent high school graduates, working individuals and those who are looking to better their lives through accelerated training courses.

To accommodate a multitude of learners throughout Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming, IBMC’s Medical Assistant Degree and Diploma classes as well as Medical Billing and Coding Degree and Diploma courses, are offered in the morning, afternoon, and evening Monday through Friday.

IBMC Medical Billing & Coding students receive valuable experience through externship placements and fast-focused training in the classroom.

Class starts are every five weeks, providing students the opportunity to begin an exciting career in a compassionate field.

Students enrolled in IBMC’s Medical Assisting and Medical Billing and Coding programs engage in hands-on training that develops individual skill-sets and heightens their passion for helping others and working with other medical professionals. Small classroom sizes allow Medical Assisting students to receive one-on-one attention from faculty throughout the learning process and provide an intimate environment in-which students can feel comfortable in their surroundings and engage with their peers.

As part of IBMC’s Medical Assisting program and Medical Billing and Coding courses, students will receive instruction in medical terminology, medical insurance billing, patient interaction, medical office procedures, communication, word processing, and computer skills. At the end of the program, each student participates in a five-week externship, in-which he or she utilizes the skills they have learned in the classroom and gain valuable hands-on practice.

The remaining 2012 IBMC course start dates are as follows:
August 13, 2012
September 17, 2012
October 22, 2012
December 3, 2012

EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK
*Employment in the Medical Assisting field is projected to grow by 31% from 2010-2020 in the United States according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
*These national statistics are not geographically assigned. Please contact IBMC’s Career Services Department for more information.

The Institute of Business and Medical Careers (IBMC) offers Certificate, Diploma and Associate of Occupational Studies Degree Programs in accounting, business, healthcare, legal and massage therapy.

For more information about IBMC educational programs at the Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont or Cheyenne campuses, call IBMC at (800) 495-2669.

Media Contact Information:
Institute of Business & Medical Careers
Holli Milenski, Marketing Manager
(970) 223-2669
hmilenski@ibmc.edu
www.ibmc.edu

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *