Start Your New Healthcare Career With Cambridge
From hospitals to clinics and non-profit organizations to doctor’s offices, healthcare facilities are constantly searching for caring and qualified medical professionals. Cambridge offers many unique healthcare programs to choose from, so you can jumpstart your medical career.
Healthcare careers are critical for the wellbeing of us all. And demand is high for healthcare professionals to fill those roles. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, all healthcare occupations are expected to grow by 16% between now and 2030, much faster than the average for all other occupations.
This growth helps ensure there’s a role waiting for you in your chosen specialty after graduation. And Cambridge can help you prepare for it.
Whether you want to be in direct patient care or behind the scenes, there’s a career path available. Cambridge is here to help you select the right one for you through our various healthcare programs.
Nurses and nursing assistants work everywhere patient care is required. They are critical members of any patient care team. And according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, they’re in demand. The registered nurse (RN) career is expected to grow by 9% between now and 2030.
Want to start your medical career quickly? We offer certification programs for medical assisting and those who want to become patient care technicians (PCTs). These professionals help support doctors, nurses and other patient team members in delivering excellent care.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the medical assistant career is expected to grow by a whopping 19% between now and 2030. This is much faster than average growth for other occupations.
- Medical Assistant Certificate
- Associate of Science in Health Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
There are various types of imaging performed in healthcare settings for the diagnosis of medical conditions and injuries. Sonography and x-ray are two of the most common. We offer programs for both.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the x-ray technician career is expected to grow by 9% between now and 2030. And the medical diagnostic sonographer career is expected to grow by 14%, which is faster than average growth.
Just like imaging, lab work is critical for diagnoses. This type of medical therapy requires both phlebotomists and medical lab technicians. Phlebotomists work to collect lab samples while medical lab technicians perform testing to find abnormalities.
Radiation therapists spend their time supporting cancer patients through treatment and delivering life-saving radiation therapy. The need is great for these individuals, with the career expected to grow by 9% between now and 2030.
Looking for something a bit different than direct patient care? Health information technologists are tasked with analyzing patient information and data to accurately enter it into records and systems. Health information managers are responsible for ensuring patient records are accurate and accessible for the improvement of patient care.
What is the job outlook for these careers? The BLS states that medical records and health information specialist careers are expected to grow by 9% between now and 2030.
Medical billers and coders work to code diagnoses and procedures into patient charts. They also bill insurance companies for reimbursement. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects this career path to grow by 9%.
At Cambridge, we’re focused on your future career from the start. During the admissions process, you’ll meet with a career advisor who will guide you through the available career options.
After graduation, our Career Services department will help you identify opportunities in your area of expertise and teach you how to present yourself to employers. We can also help you with the “nuts and bolts” of your search—including building a professional résumé.
Healthcare is a booming field full of career opportunities. Get started today with support from Cambridge. To learn more about our programs or to apply today, give us a call at 877-206-4279 or send us a message.