Kathleen Flynn thought about college like she did her two children - if she could be pregnant for nine months, she could go to college for ten months. She attended Stautzenberger’s Medical Billing and Coding program and found a job with a company she really enjoyed. Then, when she decided she was ready to advance, she came back to Stautzenberger and took her seven month Healthcare AdministrationREAD MORE
Janet joined the American Higher Education Development Corporation in April 2012 and has been teaching exclusively online since January 2014. She earned her bachelor's degree in business administration (major health administration) from Davenport University. Janet also holds a master's degree in healthcare administration from the University of Phoenix. Additionally, Janet is a certified professional coder (CPC) through the AAPC.READ MORE
You've wanted a healthcare career for a while now. You've even completed some college courses or earned your diploma. Now, you're considering earning your associate degree to take your career to the next level. My name's Emma, and to help you decide, I'll tell you about my career in healthcare administration.READ MORE
What if you could serve your community in multiple ways? For Stautzenberger College graduate Anthony Horton, serving in the military was not enough. Once he had completed his service, he began a new career that would allow him to keep giving back to others.READ MORE
Ready to begin your allied health career? At Stautzenberger College, we do not stop at helping you earn your associate degree. Our career services team places students with positions to launch their new careers. Ms. Robin Linn, a 2018 graduate, has already settled into a great job at ProMedica ProMedica Headquarters. Working for the accounts payable department of the award-winning hospital has been fulfilling, and she wanted to give career services her gratitude.READ MORE
Please join me in celebrating the outstanding achievements of Healthcare Administration Professionals.
Healthcare Administration professionals contribute to the health of the nation by working collaboratively with physicians, nurses, dentists, and pharmacists providing comprehensive, patient-centered care and are specialists in exercise, nutrition, health education, speech, and daily function.*READ MORE