Medical Transcription Schools in Idaho (ID)

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Idaho Medical Transcription Training and Schools

With the right education and a good amount of determination, you can be a medical transcriptionist in the state of Idaho. All you need to do is explore Idaho medical transcription schools to get started.

Medical transcriptionists in Idaho make an average of $30,830 per year, and Idaho medical transcription schools can give you the skills required of a medical transcriptionist, including excellent typing skills, a good understanding of the English language and medical terminology.

See what medical transcription schools in Idaho are available today.

Medical Transcription Schools in Idaho (ID)

Ultimate Medical Academy

Ultimate Medical Academy is a nonprofit healthcare career school-and students are at the heart of everything we do. That’s why we offer exclusive student services through your career training and beyond, beginning from the time you enroll online or at our campus in Clearwater, FL. We’ll also guide you toward the right program for your goals, and help you understand the affordability of your career training. So let us know you’re interested, and we’ll discuss how UMA can help you succeed.

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Career Step

Career Step, a leading online school, focuses on helping students quickly gain the career skills they need to succeed in rapidly growing industries. With 20 years of experience, the school has trained over 70,000 students in the United States and internationally and offers programs in the allied health, administrative services, and technology industries. Career Step’s training programs are offered entirely online, and the school is committed to helping each enrolling student graduate and successfully transition to a rewarding career.

Career Step training offers you the following benefits:

  • Affordably priced programs that prepare you to earn a good living
  • Flexible online training that lets you learn on your schedule
  • One-on-one instructor access throughout the course
  • Graduate resources to help you turn your education into a job

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(Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.)

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