HMC New Website. A person is viewing the Hawaii Medical College website on a desktop computer.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Honolulu, HI, July 7, 2022. Hawaii Medical College (HMC) has launched a new website to better tell its story and to inform potential students, current students, and alumni about what is happening at the college and in the industry. Hawaii Medical College offers Diploma and Degree programs for careers in the healthcare field. Now, more than ever, the need for Medical Assistants, Nurse Aides, Billing & Coding as well as Business & IT personnel, is at an all-time high.

A vocational education at Hawaii Medical College helps graduates find employment with in-demand, stable careers in healthcare. The loss of a number of vocational schools in recent years has left local medical centers, clinics, hospitals, and pharmacies with fewer candidates to choose from for their many open positions. Hawaii Medical College recognizes the need and is working to increase enrollment to help.

“We believe that the new website and our marketing efforts will help us reach more potential students with our message,” stated Ashton Cudjoe, President & CEO of Hawaii Medical College. “Students can complete their training for in-demand, well-paying positions in as little as 15 months.”

Currently, Hawaii Medical College programs include Clinical Medical Assistant, Healthcare Administration Billing & Coding, Advanced Nurse Aide, and Business Administration & IT. Diploma-level programs can be completed in 15 months, while Degree Programs take 24 months. Students can enroll at any time. The dedicated HMC staff helps at every step of the enrollment process, from the admissions forms to attaining financial aid — and as students progress through their programs. 

As an online and in-person college, students have the flexibility they need to attend class from home or anywhere that works for them. HMC also offers students the use of a laptop computer, Microsoft Office 365 software, and the training they need to use them effectively. Once they graduate, the computer is theirs to keep.

HMC partners with hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare providers to place graduates into jobs across the state. HMC’s new graduates and alumni are always highly sought after in Hawaii’s medical facilities.

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