Program Name: Diversified Health Technologies

You Will Learn:

  • Basic anatomy, physiology, applied mathematics and applied microbiology
  • Administrative functions, basic practice finances, managed care/insurance, legal implications and ethical considerations
  • Protective Practices
  • Medical terminology, diagnostic coding and effective communication

Length of Program:

900 hours (9 months)

8:30AM - 3:30PM Monday-Thursday

Work Options:

Physicians Offices

Specialty Offices



Urgent Care Facilities

Office Manager

Data Entry

General Medical & Surgical

Outpatient Care Centers

Dentist Office

Ambulatory Healthcare Services

How much you can earn


$10.00-$15.00 Per Hour

$30,611 - 35,848 Yearly

Course Description:

This course is designed to prepare individuals who want to enter the medical field working as a Medical Assistant, Phlebotomist, Medical Office Assistant, or Veterinary Technician. Individuals graduating with industry credentials associated with this class work as specialists in a hospital, physician’s office, clinic, veterinary office, or laboratory settings. Coursework is divided into trimesters, with the 1st Trimester concentrating on Core DHT courses, the 2nd Trimester focusing on the selected specialty (MA, Vet Tech, or Office), and the 3rd Trimester clinical. Coursework prepares individuals for industry certifications for the selected concentration.

Program Costs:


Application Process:

-Career Coaching (optional).

-Application and Fee.

-Entrance Exam.

-Admissions Interview.

-Admittance. (upon satisfactory entrance exam results)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Interview with Teacher/ Coordinator
  • Two step Mantoux TB test
  • BCI (state) and FBI (federal) background check
  • Physician Release
  • Current Health Care Immunizations

Certification/Licensure Information:

Diversified Health Technologies is a comprehensive study of health study that leads to certificates in Veterinary Technician, Medical Assisting, and Medical Office. Additionally, each program leads to industry-recognized credentials in their respective fields. Certification(s) is available through the American Association of Medical Assistants. The CMA (AAMA) is considered the gold standard of medical assisting professionalism. The credential represents a medical assistant who has been certified by the Certifying Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). The CMA (AAMA) means a professional edge, increased prestige among colleagues, and greater job security (AAMA, 2010). National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) certification in phlebotomy.

Alliance Career Centre is a candidate for accreditation by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350. Telephone: 770-396-3898, Fax: 770-396-3790, www.council.org.

This ACC program is approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.