The path to becoming an RN is a rewarding experience at Medtech
Our Registered Nurse degree program in Fort Wayne, Greenwood and Indianapolis, Ind., and our Associate Degree in Nursing program in Orlando, Fla., can prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career in nursing with in-depth healthcare knowledge and skills. Through our RN schools in Indiana and Florida, student nurses learn to understand health outcomes as well as teach, supervise, manage and analyze nursing processes. The accelerated RN program can prepare students to address healthcare needs from birth to elderly populations. Our RN programs in Indiana are offered at our Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and Greenwood campuses; our Associate Degree in Nursing program is offered at our Orlando, Fla., campus.
We focus on core areas of nursing, including medical and surgical nursing, obstetrical nursing, pediatric nursing and gerontological nursing. With a mix of classroom theory, prerequisites and hands-on clinicals experience in hospitals, clinics and healthcare agencies, you can gain an in-depth understanding of your role before you graduate.
If you’re looking for a high-quality RN nursing school, choose Medtech. Upon completion of our program, you can be prepared to apply for RN jobs, take the NCLEX-RN nursing certification test or a nursing school entrance exam from another institution of higher learning. Contact us today to learn more about earning your degree from our RN programs in Indiana as well as our Associate Degree in Nursing program in Orlando, Fla.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national average annual salary of a registered nurse is $65,470. If you live in the Fort Wayne, Indianapolis or Orlando metropolitan areas, Medtech can be a great option if you are looking to become a registered nurse; however, we do not guarantee employment after graduation or specific salaries.
Medtech's name speaks directly to each campus' primary focus: preparing career professionals for medical-related fields in strong learning environments that are technologically oriented. It also communicates that Medtech campuses provide personalized hands-on, practical learning experiences so students are prepared to achieve all that is possible while creating new futures for themselves in healthcare.