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4 out of 5
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Degree: Health and Medical Administrative Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

I graduated October 12, 2017 with an Associated in Applied Science for Health and Medical Administration. My purpose for going to this school was just to get my associates so I could go to school online at U of H online since they require an associates to go to school online. Online schooling is not for everyone but it completely works for my schedule. I was diligent with my work and I had that ambition to get my degree. And yes you are doing this all by yourself, but the instructors were very helpful and encouraging so it made doing this class work easy. The one thing I can say that I don't like about this school is the administration portion of it. It takes them forever to send your transcripts, not to mention it took over 4 months to get my diploma. Also this school is only Nationally accredited so transferring into a major university is not possible. Most universities accept Regionally accredited schools as do many employers ( if you are trying to get reimbursed for tuition). So going to U of H was now out of the question but I was accepted at HBU with my associates! So still check with your potential school that is if you want to pursue a higher degree to see if they will accept the transcripts. Overall this school wasn't that bad, it was such a great accomplishment to at least get started with my associates.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

I am writing a review as a 50 year old graduate of CHCP Dallas Campus. I took a leap of faith at age 50 years old, after 30 years in Customer Service and trusted this school, with my life, to help me make a career change. My heart has always wanted to be in the medical field, and choosing CHCP Dallas Campus was the best decision in my life. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this school and it's medical assistant program. This school prides itself with employing the best teachers for the classroom. The medical assistant instructor is an actual, retired medical assistant, therefore, she knows the field and teaches you from real life experiences which translates to a real life experience in the classroom. You have an instructor that is truly passionate about what she is teaching and you feel the passion as she stresses the importance of being the best CMA and having integrity The support you get from everyone is, hands down, the best educational support imaginable. From the President, to the Director of Education, Ms. Donna Duncan, such an asset to this school. She is the beacon of light and will guide you through your most challenging times. To the Instructors, Mr. Davis, hands down the most passionate, real, loving MA Instructor I've been blessed to teach me in my 50 years. All the way to the Career Development, the ones that find you that perfect career, that job you've always wanted, Ms. Coleman, what a go getter, truly dedicated to her job and the placement of her students. From day one, until you take that final exam and gradutate and beyond, this staff is checking on your progress, periodically calling you, just to check in and ensuring you that they are ALWAYS there for YOU. So if you're looking for a new career and you are not sure which school, medical assistant school to choose, I can promise you, you cannot go wrong when choosing THE CHCP DALLAS CAMPUS.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Health Management and Clinical Assistant/Specialist
Graduation Year: 2013

This place is a joke! They give you an overload of work and confuse you. The instructor I had was very unprofessional and talked way too much about her personal life! I couldn't learn what I needed and ended up with a student loan in my credit for absolutely nothing! I didn't finish the program needless to say, I went to consolidated nurse aid training in sugar land and paid $1100 to take a 3 week program and I am now getting ready to take my state exam. I wish I would have never got mixed up with this terrible place. All so called colleges like them are all scams in my opinion. They just take your money. No good at al!

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Physical Therapy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

I am an instructor at CHCP and I love teaching my students. I am finding that the content of the program does not match the needed knowledge for the physical therapy technician. I teach a blended program and enjoy the flexibility but the pay and the micro management is becoming quite a problem. Basically I am getting part time pay for full time work. i guess I would not complain too much except for the fact that over management is a big problem. Almost on a daily basis, we get additional requirements to complete and many of them are redundant. I think that our outcomes should speak for themselves and management can become involved when it needs to. It is not good practice to punish the masses for the problems of the few instructors. I have been asked to participate in programs and events without expecting to get paid and have even been told to attend events just because it is a day of pay. Corporate has also been hiring many high level directors and managers to further scrutinize our efforts. I do not understand why grown adults need to be so tightly managed. My feeling is that we are paying too much money, in this organization, to too many people that are performing oversight and management. What about paying the instructors what they are really worth -- after all this is where the real work is being done -- if you cant keep instructors because of the pay and the huge time commitment, then you will continue to have a very large turnover. I understand that this is a for profit education organization, but they should consider getting back to basics and pay attention to the curriculum, the instructors and the students. I have never had to follow up on students, like they are Soldiers, in any education platform. If they sign up and pay the money, they should be held to common standards or be removed from the program. There is too much emphasis on retaining students, just for profit and for great reporting statistics. There is too much favoritism going on with the directors and the students as well as the staff. if you want a proper education system, then run it like an education system and hold all students to a standard or send them home!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2018

My instructor Mrs. S is GREAT!!! I Love the way she took her time with us. She was firm and stood by her word. I want to Thank You again. IF YOU WANT IT YOU WILL WORK HARD FOR IT. READ AND REREAD!!!! THANK YOU CHCP for the great experience.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

The dental assisting program opened many doors for me, my teachers always believed in me and pushed me to be the best of the best.I always had the support and the help I needed.I recommend the dental assisting program due to the fact that it's a nice feeling to see someone feel confident about their smile, so why not make it possible.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

This is a horrible schooI, I graduated in May and I still haven't received my license, I can't even find a job without them, they are not helping me at all. I did everything that was asked of me. I wouldn't recommend this school to anyone, I hate that I went to this school.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

Best decision I ever made. Great, caring staff and excellent career placement support. Just started my new job this month and loving it. I attended the Houston Northwest Campus. From the moment I enrolled, they really made me feel welcomed and cared about my success. I would recommend CHCP highly.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Ultrasound Technician
Graduation Year: 2015

Let me start by saying, the tuition is very expensive. Before you start any program, you should always do your research. Make sure your program is accredited, if the jobs you'll be applying for, in the future, require it. I thought my teachers were top notch. I can't even thank them enough. After graduating, I took a mobile job to get experience. After that I started working for a clinic paying 22.50/hr and now a hospital paying 33.00/hrs. So, my advice is.. you get out what you put it. If you want it bad enough, nothing will stop you. I'm a single mom, worked a full-time job, went to school, and clinical, all at the same time. Luckily, my job at the time was flexible with my hours. But, there are no excuse when it comes to your career. If you're not dedicated and ready to put your blood, sweat, and tears into studying, then this career is not for you.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Radiology Technician
Graduation Year: 2014

Worst place to go to school! Not only was it ridiculously expensive for what they offer you; but the people who run this campus are are joke! I was in the LMRT program and they wanted to SUSPEND me for something I didn't even do. When they finally found out who actually did it, they didn't even have the decency to apologize for being wrong; NOT EVEN THE PRESIDENT OF THIS CAMPUS. They wanted to take away my education because some idiot decided to not speak up when they asked who did it. Such a waste of money and wouldn't recommend this place to ANYONE. They pretend and fool you on their tour and then when it's too late, you realize this school isn't what it's cracked up to me. I had nothing but issues here. Smh. They just want your money. If I could give them ZERO stars, I would.

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