We are a private postsecondary educational school accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

HCI provides a student-centered environment consistent with its core values preparing graduates to apply their knowledge, critical thinking skills and the ability to succeed in their area of employment while grooming them for advancement in their careers and enhancing their service to the community. In addition to offering general education and professional programs at the diploma level, HCI also offers Associate of Science Degrees in healthcare, specifically in the nursing and paramedic fields in addition to an A.S. in fire science for firefighters.

These programs are designed to instill the knowledge and skills of professional practice, as well as foster the values of higher education and social responsibility. We not only employ a faculty and staff comprised of experienced paramedics, firefighters, and nurses in the classroom setting, but your journey will also include hands-on experience with seasoned healthcare professionals in the pre-hospital and hospital arenas.

Associate of Science in Nursing to Become Diabetes Nurse

Associate of Science in Nurse Diabetes Nurse

Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to create or consume insulin.  Diabetes nurses care for patients who suffer from diabetes by monitoring their blood sugar and other medications, giving nutritional therapy, lessening diabetic nerve damage, and educating patients and families on the proper way to care for someone with diabetes.  Nurses who specialize in diabetes need to have extensive knowledge on the body making an Associate of Science in Nursing necessary.


Earning Your ASN to Become an Ambulatory Care Nurse

ASN Ambulatory Care Nurse

If you are looking for a fast-paced job within nursing, you may want to consider becoming an ambulatory care nurse.  Obtaining an Associate of Science in nursing will help prepare you for becoming an ambulatory care nurse.  In the ASN program, you will receive an education that will equip you will the tools you will need to succeed within your career.   Ambulatory care nurses are focused on two things - prevention and primary care.  In these instances, patients will not be going to the hospital during their visit. 


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HCI is a student focused school that helps students succeed in life. HCI is dedicated to making the student better so that they can change their life and exceed their own expectations. Everyone has challenges with their day to day lives, but a true hero can overcome those challenges and make things happen. We at HCI are dedicated to the students to help them become this person, achieve their dreams, and to live with passion.

- Brenda Green, President and Chief Operating Officer.


Health Career Institute began in 1993 as a modest provider of American Heart Association programs. Initially, courses were conducted on a custom basis for physicians, nurses and EMS providers. HCI did not have an office or a staff other than the owners and a few instructors. The school first offered an EMT program in 2002 followed by its paramedic program in 2005.

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Our programs are specifically designed to give you the knowledge and hands-on experience you will need to enter your field.
With a combination of class time and labs, you will be ready to dive into your career and move up the promotional ladder. HCI is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to prepare you for the fast-paced career you will be entering.


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