About the San Diego Allied Health Campus
Respected, welcomed, accepted, and most of all supported. These are just a few of the words that describe student’s feelings as they attend U.S. Colleges in San Diego. Your campus minutes from the bay offers numerous healthcare career training that will challenge you to grow in the career you deserve. You’ll be able to speak one-on-one with our admissions team to help you select the right career path for you and your schedule.
Attend day, evening, or even weekend classes so you can graduate in as little as 5 weeks.§ Choose from multiple healthcare programs where you’ll train and learn hands-on with the tools you’ll be using in your professional career. Complete externship hours where you’ll receive expert training for real-life situations, better preparing you for your career.
Healthcare Career Opportunities
You have the opportunity to move towards a better future at U.S. Colleges. The one-on-one attention you’ll receive will help you succeed and further develop your industry skills. Your instructor will know your name and challenges, they’ll help you stay disciplined, and respect your goals and progress. While attending U.S. Colleges, you’ll gain access to the career service team who can connect you to local employers that we partner with.
- Admissions Team: Work one-on-one with your admissions team members so they can help you select the right program. After selecting a program your admissions team member will walk you through all of the requirements, eligibility, and application process for the programs.
- Career Services Team: When you need help preparing for employment, head to your career services team. They can help you create a resume, practice your interviewing skills, and review how to present yourself professionally in any work environment.*
I love to teach and watch my students grow. One thing I want [every student] to know is they will need to sacrifice some time for studying but in the end, the program will be worth it! And never give up!
Clinical Medical Assistant Instructor at Anaheim Campus
Additional Info about U.S. Colleges San Diego
Universal Schools & Colleges of Health & Human Services is a private institution, that it is approved to operate by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE). http://www.bppe.ca.gov/
Admissions, Career Services
Wi-Fi Available for Students
1 Medical Assistant Lab 1 Emergency Medical Technician lab 1 Phlebotomy Technician lab
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Free Student Parking
• Student access to break rooms • Study rooms and computer labs • Tutoring and practice stations available
Jack Goodwin, Program Director for the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program, was interviewed on San Diego Living where he talked about the short-term program as a great entry point into a career in health care, and the personal sense of fulfillment by working as an EMT.Read More >
Since the onset of Covid-19, health care resources have been under tremendous strain. But our graduates are using their skills and education to heroically meet this critical need.Read More >
As a phlebotomist, you will need to be able to work with any or all of these individuals. It will be up to you to gently help them accept the procedure and walk away with a good experience.Read More >