Where The Future Is In Your Hands

At GMC the future is truly in your hands. Our new Healthcare Administration program is enrolling in Spring 2019.

After completing our Healthcare Administration program, graduates are awarded an Associate of Occupational Science degree and are ready for an entry-level position in the field of Administration. Upon completion of the program students will have the opportunity for employment in  hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, pharmaceutical companies, health insurance companies and long term care facilities.

Our detailed curriculum will allow students to enhance their knowledge in leaderships skills, management, and quality improvement.

An Associate of Occupational Science degree will be awarded for successful completion of this training program.

Our Program

At-A-Glance:

  • Program Length: 18 Months, 62 credit hours
  • Class Size: 15 to 1 Student to Faculty Ratio
  • Semester based program
  • Residential Program
  • Now Enrolling!
  • Classes Start Spring 2019!
  • High School Diploma or GED required
  • No Prerequisites Required
  • Financial Aid available to those who qualify
  • Associate of Occupational Science (AOS) Degree Awarded Upon Completion
  • Real-Life Training
  • Excellent Externship Program (Contracted by GMC)
  • Free Uniforms & Backpacks
  • Financing & Payment Plans Available
  • New Program – Limited Space Available

Occupation/Job Titles

Upon graduation, some of the occupations/job titles Healthcare Administration program graduates qualify for include (but are not limited to):

  • Healthcare Administrator
  • Administrative Manager
  • Medical Manager

Program Objectives

Upon successful completion of the Healthcare Administration program, students will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Explain and compare the organizational elements, structure, performance, terminology, and delivery modalities for U.S. and global healthcare systems.
  • Analyze the structure and interdependence of healthcare system elements and issues using critical thinking to formulate innovative system designs that improve healthcare delivery.
  • Exhibit and nurture, through action and affect, the attributes that facilitate effective teamwork, including those that create cross-functionality and are manifestations of Internet-based collaboration.
  • Maintain accurate financial records, prepare budgets, analyze variance and assess financial opportunities and risks, making recommendations for action based on organizational goals.
  • Perform ongoing critical self-reflection from academic and work-based learning experiences, articulate the personal learning and growth that has resulted from those experiences, and integrate this into action plans for future professional growth, in support of the advancement of healthcare systems.
  • Create policy and processes and execute decisions in compliance with the legal, regulatory and ethical considerations inherent in managing healthcare systems and organizations, with particular attention to information technology processes and structure and how these considerations impact all aspects of healthcare delivery.
  • Integrate concepts of ethics, privacy, law and regulation to achieve optimal organizational effectiveness while adhering to personal and professional values in all elements of health informational technology and healthcare delivery.
  • Develop innovative solutions to strategic, tactical and operational issues in managing healthcare systems and associated information technology through the combined use of information, organizational knowledge, talent management and critical thinking.
  • Explain and compare continuous improvement processes, and using a variety of tools, design and build systems for measurement, analysis and accountability as they apply to healthcare settings.
  • Create comprehensive and useable data-driven action plans that are based on the attainment of measurable results, clear trails of accountability and all appropriate risk assessment.
  • Use economic analysis tools to measure return on investment of change projects (including information technology systems and quality and process improvement systems) and evaluate proposed options for short- and long-term changes in service lines, capital expansion, talent management, and other issues facing healthcare organizations.
  • Use team, talent management, organizational skills, supervision and coaching techniques to effectively lead across organization, department, and work group units to meet diverse stakeholder and organizational goals in a variety of healthcare environments.
  • Use oral and written communication skills to meet the needs of various audiences. Use and integrate appropriate technology and software skills to develop informative, explanatory and persuasive presentations to a variety of audiences.

An Associate of Occupational Science degree will be awarded for successful completion of the training program. This training programs fulfills instruction in theory and lab. In order to successfully complete the training program all students enrolled in this program must successfully pass (with a grade of “C” or better) all the courses mentioned above in the program breakdown. Final Examinations will be administered upon the completion of each semester; final examinations must also be passed with a grade of a “C” or better.

Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure

View this program’s Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure TBA.

Program FAQ

What do Healthcare Administrators do?

The Healthcare Administration program is geared for students to gain theoretical knowledge important for working in the field and to apply concepts to meet their occupational objectives. Healthcare Administrators plan, direct, and coordinate medical and health services. They can easily manage an entire facility, a specific clinical area or department, or a medical practice for a group of physicians. Healthcare Administrators must direct changes that conform to changes in healthcare laws, regulations, and technology. They work closely with physicians and surgeons, registered nurses, medical and clinical laboratory technologists and technicians, and other healthcare workers.

How long is the Healthcare Administration program?

100 weeks

When does the program start?

AOS Degree programs are semester based programs. The Healthcare Administration program has 2 start dates annually – Spring semester and Fall Semester. Spring semester starts the first Monday of February and Fall Semester starts the first Monday of September, of every year.

Do you offer financial aid?

Yes. See our Financial Aid page for more information.

Is GMC accredited?

Yes. You can find our accreditation and approval information here, as well as on the ABHES website and BPPE website.

Is job placement assistance available?

Yes, we offer career counseling and planning services at GMC and are proud of our 86% institutional job placement rate.

What do I get when I finish?

Upon successful completion of the Healthcare Administration program at GMC, graduates will receive an Associate in Occupational Science (AOS) degree.