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Arizona Medical Technician Schools.

Medical technician schools in Arizona offer short-term training programs that are designed to prepare students for a career in medical technology. The medical technician is the backbone of any medical office or physician’s clinic. Medical technicians are a hot commodity in the medical field and have to perform a wide range of duties and skills. Most medical techs divide their time between office duties and direct patient care. Students can choose from a one-year certificate option or a two-year associate’s degree from a community college. Students with two-year associate’s degrees tend to earn a higher wage and have increased responsibilities.


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Explore a new career with Pima Medical Institute.

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At Fortis Institute, you may get the skills and training you need to prepare for a career.

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Trident University International provides an exceptional online educational experience for its students – diverse adult learners including current and former members of the military family.

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Get hands-on training with Brookline College. We offer diploma and degree programs in the areas of health care, business, nursing, criminal justice, paralegal, and computer security.

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Ready for a rewarding career in healthcare? Carrington College™ can help.

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Earn a respected bachelor's degree, master's degree, or Ph.D. online at Walden University.

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