MISSION STATEMENT OF THE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL AND BUSINESS CAREERS
Institute of Medical and Business Careers (IMBC) is dedicated to the preparation of men and women in occupational skills necessary to qualify them for entry into their chosen career. Programs at the school provide a combination of clinical training and classroom instruction to develop the abilities of its students for a successful career.
IMBC’S OBJECTIVES ARE:
- To provide the student useful knowledge for his/her specific career goals with emphasis on “hands-on’’ experience.
- To encourage students to accept responsibility for their own actions and career advancement.
- To make students aware of the reality and competitiveness of the business world for which they wish to enter.
- To provide a faculty and staff who are dedicated to fulfilling the educational goals of IMBC and its students.
- To provide a supportive environment (physical plant and resources) through the administration and faculty to accomplish the educational goals of IMC.
The most important prerequisites for enrollment are good attitude and initiative. Institute of Medical and Business Careers philosophy and objectives are to combine these attributes with the school’s programs to help individuals toward a career of their choice to compete in the “working world” society. Institute of Medical and Business Careers will provide the necessary facilities, equipment, and professional educators who will enhance a productive learning experience.
The Institute of Medical Careers (IMC) was founded in 1995 in Pittsburgh. The Institute of Medical Careers is licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Education, State Board of Private Licensed Schools. In 2006, IMC received national accreditation status from the Accrediting Bureau for Health Education Schools (ABHES).
The Institute of Medical Careers (IMC) continued to grow in the medical field by adding the Medical Assisting and Medical Billing and Coding programs to the school’s program offerings.
In 2012/2013, the Institute of Medical Careers licensed three additional programs. IMC continues to expand their medical training programs in occupations with increased employment opportunities with above average growth rates according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Courses are taught at a step-by-step progressive level from beginning to advanced. Class sizes are limited at the Institute of Medical Careers to allow a close relationship between the student and the instructor.