Medical Transcription Schools in Kansas (KS)

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Kansas Medical Transcription Training and Schools

For those in Kansas who plan to join the field of medical transcription, there are several medical transcription schools in Kansas that can help you on your career path. The Kansas median income for medical transcriptionists is approximately $28,880, depending on location, and Topeka has the most jobs to offer in this field proportionate to their population. Attending a Kansas medical transcription school can give you the knowledge you need to pursue this rewarding career path.

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Medical Transcription Schools in Kansas (KS)

Grand Canyon University

Grand Canyon University

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Grand Canyon University’s reputation for academic excellence has been built over decades; our strengths are what set us apart from our competition.

Founded in 1949, we are a university with a rich history of academic excellence, but with our continued growth and expansion, we are also pioneers in delivering private, Christian education in an affordable way.

As we continue to build upon our rich history, having a strong image helps us convey our strengths, our uniqueness and the spirit of our institution.

GCU offers online based degree programs within a dynamic learning environment for both traditional students as well as working professionals:

  • Business and Management
  • Nursing and Health Care
  • Teaching and School Administration
  • Psychology and Counseling
  • Theology and Ministry
  • Performing Arts and Creative Design
  • Medical Studies and Athletic Sciences
  • Criminal, Political and Social Sciences
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Language and Communications

Our courses are appropriately sized for each content area and offer engaging interaction with classmates as well as individual attention from instructors who care about your success.

GCU is also experiencing an exciting time of campus expansion new dorms, classrooms, a student recreation center, food court and bowling alley. The main attraction is GCU’s new 7,000-seat Arena that is home to our men’s and women’s basketball teams and also hosts other events such as concerts and world-renowned Christian speakers.

As a regionally accredited university, GCU is consistently ranked among top colleges offering online courses by noteworthy sources including Fortune Small Business, Online Education Database (OEDb) and more.

Grand Canyon University has been accredited by The Higher Learning Commission continually, since 1968. Grand Canyon University obtained its most recent 10-year reaccreditation in 2007. The Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education licenses Grand Canyon University in Arizona.

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In addition, the university has obtained the following specialized accreditations and approvals for our core program offerings: Accreditation Council Business Schools and Programs, Arizona State Board of Education, Arizona Department of Education, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. For a full report on all accreditation information, please click here. For program disclosures, please click here.

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Chicago, Illinois 60604-1411
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Financial Aid in Kansas

For those who don’t have the financial resources to pay for classes, there is financial aid available. Financial aid comes in many forms: loans, grants, work study, or scholarships. You can also look for loans independent of the federal government. Many financial institutions offer financial assistance to students. The first step in the process is to complete a FAFSA. It will tell you what kind of aid you’re eligible for.

About Medical Transcription Careers in Kansas

Medical transcription is a key role in the growing healthcare industry. They are responsible for transcribing medical records in hospitals, clinics, and other health facilities. Doctors depend on them to use proper spelling and proper research tools to produce the best possible document to aid a patient in further treatment.

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

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