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Fortis Institute Reviews - Certificate in Medical Assistant

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

Fortis made promises that never kept once they got their money i didn't exist said job would pay 35k and that there were more jobs than people to fill still no job there placement helped in no way called daily always said no jobs was very upset with this as i was not working

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

Overall I loved my classes and the actual teachers. Once you're approaching graduation the school's career services dept. is suppose to help you find a job, but if you do not have a car or speak Spanish you're on your own. Good luck and learn Spanish

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

The Medical Assistant program was not what I was looking for so I was a little disappointed but I continued through it. I felt I did learn things in my field of work and was given ideas on had to proceed with my career. The teachers and affiliates of the school were very good at answer questions, finding an answer or directing you to someone who can answer the question. I would have like more lab experience to learn better. There could be a better explanation on how the holidays and days missed work but overall the education was great.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

I WILL NOT RECOMMEND NO ONE TO THIS SCHOOL! I WILL NOT RECOMMEND NO ONE TO THIS SCHOOL!I WILL NOT RECOMMEND NO ONE TO THIS SCHOOL! I WILL NOT RECOMMEND NO ONE TO THIS SCHOOL! WILL NOT RECOMMEND NO ONE TO THIS SCHOOL! I WILL NOT RECOMMEND NO ONE TO THIS SCHOOL! The people that are in charge of human resources are NOT helping(W. and G.). I finish school in march and I still don't have a job and i'm bilingual. This school is so unorganized and they dont work with you at all. None of the people that work there are doing there job right. They don't care about the night classes at all. I wish I could of done more research on the school before I attended.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

I really HATE this school. Hate is a strong word i understand but this school I HATE!!.consistently bother you to pay there money on time. They will pull you out of class for your payments. If you dont pay you get suspended. There was a few times i went to talk to the dean and she asked me what i am doing out of class and that i shouldnt be out of class that i am missing "important" information. But then again. They pull you out of class for your payments. The dean sucks. She has like this voice that sweet but once you do something not professional. Then this man voice comes out. And wants to talk about professionalism. None of there people at this school have professionalism

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

I greatly benefitted from the education and training provided by Fortis Institute and I would recommend it to my family and friends. My Admissions Representative was very caring and sensitive to my needs and goals. I was assisted with changing my life for the better. Career Services did a fantastic job by providing me with placement assistance! Shawana S. 04/28/2015

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

I went to the forty fort campus. The staff was great. The admin was great. Everyone cared and said hello every day. I am working in my field and I'm loving in. So glad I went here to school. It cost a little more than I was hoping to pay but worth ever penny. Thank you for a new life.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

I think the school is great! It could make a few changes here and there but other than that it great!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013

This school is an absolute rip off. It claims to be a college but behaves exactly like a high school. They focus more on the dress code than they do what you are actually learning. Most of the classes are irrelevant to what you need to learn but are more classes you're forced to take so that they can get more money from the student or financial aid. I have yet to meet a student that left there debt free. They never show the price of the books or the classes. You have no idea where your money is going. If the money is requested you are greeted with attitude and numbers are thrown together for you. As a person that has experienced a University and a community college, I know that I was taken for a ride. I would never recommend this school to anyone that is actually seeking any kind of career. None of the teachers are qualified or actually want to do their job. They do and say whatever they want to the students and the students are forced to not only deal with it but pay for it as well. Every student that ever attended is owed their money back but we all know we'll never get it back. The only reason I continued to attend because I was told that they had already received the money from Financial Aid and even if I leave I will owe it back. We can not even start without how often my tuition changed in the quarters. How tuition is almost as expensive as attended a 2 or 4 year college but you have absolutely none of the benefits.DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL.

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