Ohio Institute of Health Careers

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Ohio Institute of Health Careers, with campus locations in Columbus and Elyria, Ohio, provides students with training in the healthcare field.

Originally established in Columbus in 1966, the Elyria campus opened in 2003. Ohio Institute of Health Careers is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT) and offers career training in the areas of medical assisting, dental assisting, massage therapy and medical administration.

Coordinates: 40°05′15.0″N82°58′05.5″W / 40.087500°N 82.968194°W / 40.087500; -82.968194

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