Changing careers or training to find a new job just got a little easier if you're interested in starting in the healthcare field.
More than 50 people gathered to celebrate the opening of a new post-secondary occupational school, the Northeast Medical Institute, in downtown Stamford on April 30.
Former Stamford Health Medical Group member, Daniel Remiszewski, owner of the new school, was inspired to open the hands-on training facility while working with a cerebral palsy patient and realizing the dire need for healthcare professionals in the lower Fairfield community. Remiszewski, received accreditation from the Department of Public Health and the Connecticut Office of Higher Education to lead this new school.
Located at 29 Bank St., with easy parking all around, the school can serve up to 60 students per month during the day and evening courses with certification in two weeks. They expect to graduate 200 students per year as certified nurse’s aides and phlebotomists. Courses provide hands-on training and clinical experience.
Community organizations have also partnered with the Northeast Medical Institute. These include: Community Investment Corporation, UCONN – Small Business Development Center, Department of Public Health, Connecticut Office of Higher Education, American Heart Association, The Villa at Stamford and Code One Training Solutions.
The Northeast Medical Institute is located at with easy parking all around. To learn more about the certification programs being offered that are geared to help jump start healthcare careers for individuals in transition and those seeking new career opportunities, visit Northeast Medical Institute.
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