The MPI Difference

Perhaps you’re considering several different schools and it’s becoming hard to tell them all apart. So, what makes MPI different? Here’s the short list:

MPI is ABHES accredited.

MPI is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), which is why a) we can offer federal financial aid for those who qualify and b) our students are eligible to sit for national certification examinations after graduating. 

MPI has small class sizes.

MPI’s student/faculty ratio is 13:1. Our graduates are continually telling us how helpful it was to have instructors who have time for their students and genuinely care about their students’ success.

MPI offers hands-on experience.

hands-on training is an important part of every program offered at MPI.  Additionally, the Medical Assistant and Phlebotomy and Electrocardiography Technician programs include externships, so you can gain experience in a “real world” healthcare setting. 

Job placement assistance is available. 

MPI assists students in seeking employment in their new career field.  The Career Services Coordinator provides assistance with resumes, interview tips and job placement.  Also, graduates have the option to seek employment with Medical Professional Staffing (MPS), an employment agency specializing in the placement of medical staff in health care facilities including physicians¹ offices, clinics and hospitals.  Job placement is not guaranteed, however MPI will put forward its best effort to help graduates find employment.

MPI makes valuable resources available to students.

As a student, you will have access to an Internet-enabled computer lab where you can complete class exercises, check your e-mail, or chat on the message board on our brand new student website. You will also have access to our labs and practice rooms, which will help you become accustomed to working in a health care facility.

* Some programs require an externship after successful completion of the course.