What We Offer At Illinois Health Careers

Our Mission

The School of Illinois Health Careers is committed to inspiring and nurturing each of our students by promoting the highest level of professionalism, personal growth, and real-world experience. Illinois Health Careers’ state-of-the-art technology trains our students to be work-ready in the industry. Our goal is to expand Human potential and to make a positive impact in the communities where we live and work.

Dental and orthodontic assistants

IHC Training Facility Locations

Main Campus

4709 N. Harlem Ave
Harwood Heights,
IL 60706

Locations

17759 S Halsted St, Homewood, IL 60430

1529 S Lake St, Mundelein, IL 60060

5051 E State St, Rockford, IL 61108

New location coming soon in Mt Prospect!

How We Prepare Our Students For Their Career

The school of Illinois Health Careers prepares its students for a successful future in the Allied Health Field. Depending on the program, rather your career choice is;

  • Dental Assistant
  • Orthodontic Technician
  • Medical Office Administrative Assistant
  • Medical Billing and Coding Specialist
  • Clinical Medical Assistant

Students are placed with a Professional experienced instructor who guides them through a module-based program, which is taught either twice a week in the evening on weekdays or on Saturdays.

Illinois Health Careers has innovative module-based programs that are designed to maximize the convenience factor for our busy adult learners and High school students which puts the student in control of their progress. Our school has an online learning platform called IDC classroom that is available to all enrolled students 24/7 to complete their assignments and quizzes around their busy life. Together with the combination of small class size instruction and hands-on clinical training, students are prepared to become confident professionals by the end of the course.

Program Goals

Illinois Health Careers strives to make our students successful members of the community.  Our school is committed to giving students opportunities to gain knowledge and develop skills while utilizing critical thinking as an integral part of the process as well. Our program goals are the following:

  • Prepare our students to become work-ready in their chosen industry and to be confident with their clinical and practice management skills.
  • Provide our students with open access and a supportive environment that fosters student success in and out of the classroom.
  • Prepare our students to function as integral members of the healthcare team while performing their skills at the highest level possible.
  • Provide our students with the interpersonal skills and necessary competencies for patient-centered care.
  • Educate our students about current technologies and give them the skills necessary to adapt to the changes in the healthcare field.
  • Provide a curriculum that will give our students the knowledge and understanding of the professional duties and standards, incorporating the legal and ethical responsibilities of a healthcare professional.

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