WHY KINO COLLEGE
Kino College is a licensed, private postsecondary school, specializing in allied health career training and focused on providing highly qualified personnel for the medical profession. It was founded in 2012 by healthcare professionals actively working in the medical community who were attuned to the needs of the modern medical office.
Kino College is Accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.
The mission of Kino College is to prepare students with the highest standard of skills, ethics and professionalism to realize a rewarding career in today’s healthcare industry.
Kino College is dedicated to the belief that education enriches an individual personally and professionally. Kino College’s Professional Medical Assisting program balances theory, critical thinking and skill training in its various program of study. The program is taught in English using a systems approach that employs a variety of instructional methods including lecture, demonstration, laboratory and practical application. It provides for the specific interests of Kino College students as they pertain to the healthcare system, and educates and stimulates Kino College students during their training.
Why is Kino College right for me?
Located within a major community medical campus students are immersed in a medical environment starting with day one. Learn more about our medical campus
The class size at Kino College is approximately 20 students. This ensures that students receive personal one-on-one attention which enhances learning significantly.
A diverse mix carefully selected from the ranks of active and former local physicians, nurses, medical assistants, and other medical and service professionals. Learn more about our Faculty
The Professional Medical Assistant program consists of 684 clock hours (36 weeks) of instruction and externship. It has been designed to effectively prepare one for the rigors of the modern medical office. The program balances the study of the major body systems with the functional duties of the medical assistant in the new medical office. The coursework initially introduces the basic sciences and subjects in a general manner and then using constructive repetition, brings the basics to the real-life medical environment and the bedside. Learn more about the Professional Medical Assistant Curriculum
Based on a systems approach using selective repetition and extensive fieldwork similar to the training of physicians. Learn More about our approach to teaching and instruction
Graduates are assisted with employment placement. Kino College scans the employment environment and identifies employment opportunities as they arise. Whereas Kino College cannot guarantee employment, the college is committed to providing quality services in support of the graduate’s employment goals. Learn more about career placement for Medical Assistants
Kino College respects its students as individuals and provides an open community for enhanced learning, guidance and mentorship. Join the Kino College community and realize your personal and professional success.
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Kino College – at Northwest Medical Center