Our student-centered philosophy remains at the foundation of the Bell Brown mission and continues to attract students who prefer a more personal learning experience.
Students come first. Our student-centered philosophy means that students success matters most at Bell Brown Medical Institute.
We offer hands-on, practical instruction in health care. We train medical professionals comprehensive clinical and administrative skills to become leaders in their field.
Our Partnerships with area medical hospitals, labs, and other facilities that accept our students for externships with great opportunities for hiring.
Small classes. An emphasis on individualized attention creates a more intimate learning environment. Our low student to teacher ratio allows students to receive individual attention from the instructor.
National Certifications. Each program includes in the cost of tuition, multiple national certifications from the National Health Career Association (NHA) and the American Red Cross.
Flexible scheduling. Students can attend classes in the morning, afternoon, or weekend to meet the demands of a busy lifestyle.
Student services. We assign Career Coaches to all students of Bell Brown Medical Institute to help prepare them professionally and help land their career after graduation. Financial aid programs are available to those who qualify.
Our Experienced Faculty are distinguished medical professionals and leaders in their field. Financial aid programs are available to those who qualify.
At Bell Brown Medical Institute, students will find a warm, friendly community with faculty and staff truly committed to our student’s success. Whether their goal is to prepare for a new career or advance with their current employer, Bell Brown Medical Institute is structured to meet our student’s needs. Our career-focused programs make it possible for students to graduate in less time than other programs and enter the workforce as soon as possible.
Bell Brown Medical Institute is a private career training school committed to meeting the educational challenges of graduating men and women who are qualified and job-ready for employment in the growing health care industry.