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Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts is a private academy offering quality allied-health and nursing programs that integrate professional skills, career-focused education and hands-on practical experience, by empowering students to develop and achieve their personal and career goals.
The design of our programs provides our students with an in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in the medical industry. We, at Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts, consider the clinical part of our students’ training to be one of the most important aspects of their medical education. All of our students are required to rotate throughout our affiliated medical facilities while attending our academy. The number of clinical hours varies with each program.
Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts is constantly improving its operations and quality level. We are proud of what has been accomplished in the past years and we look forward to sharing our future progress with you as we continue to address the needs of our students through a myriad of innovative techniques.
A Medical Assistant works in a physician or other health practitioner's office and is considered an indispensable force. A Medical Assistant performs a variety of administrative and clinical tasks. Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts Medical Assistant students will be taught the principles of front and back office medical assisting. They will be introduced to the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology.
Students will practice and become adept at a variety of clinical skills including patient education, phlebotomy, and performing first aid. The program includes didactic and laboratory hands-on training as well as a clinical externship component where each student will be placed in one of a variety of facilities.
The Vocational Nurse program (LVN or LPN) utilizes the plan that nursing courses progress along the continuum of simple to complex.The organizing principle is homeostasis as it relates to the study of representative client problems by addressing the various anatomical systems and specialty areas in nursing. The program includes didactic and laboratory training as well as a clinical component that correlates with the theoretical knowledge.
As a result of preparation, students will be able to work as a Vocational Nurse in hospitals or medical clinics.