MERRIAM, Kan. - May 25, 2020 - Course offerings include Dental Assistant, EKG Technician, Medical Assistant, Medication Aide, Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy Technician, and much more. Local government financial assistance is available to those who qualify.
Located at 10000 West 75th Street, Suite 241, in Merriam, Kansas, Mid-America Nursing & Allied-Health Institute (MANAHI) offers extensive healthcare training with flexible class schedules.
MANAHI President & Founder, Mrs. Susan N. Omare, said that she was inspired to open her own school to make a difference in healthcare training, with quality, hands-on skills as the hallmark.
A Nigerian immigrant, Mrs. Omare, Jr. said that she takes pride in having come to the United States almost 25 years ago and now making a difference in the community – serving Kansas and neighboring State of Missouri.
"Before becoming a nurse, I attended different schools and programs, and I told myself that if I ever had a school of my own that I would do things differently," she said. "A lot of schools do not actually train people to be ready to go into the workforce, and there is a gap between instructors and students. At MANAHI, we focus on individual student and help students learn so they develop real-life skills and confidence."
Since MANAHI opened, it has earned a stellar reputation for producing highly-qualified healthcare professionals who have gone on to work in various fields. Over the years, the school has built a name for itself and has attracted students from across the country. MANAHI was awarded Best Business of the Year Award in 2019 by the City of Merriam. The Google Reviews from past students speaks volume.
Despite the COVID 19 pandemic, MANAHI is conducting classes online as well as in-person and taking necessary precautions to ensure the health and well-being of students and staff. Our approach to COVID-19 is to make sure that individuals can still receive the training they need to be at the frontline. Dedicated and skilled healthcare workers are needed now more than ever before. "Well-trained and skilled healthcare workers are a necessity," she said. "Schools cannot shy away from COVID 19. Patients and residents of nursing communities still need care, and it is our duty to make sure that we are there for them. We teach infection prevention and control in all our programs and more so during this unprecedented time.
"It's a pleasure to be able to help individuals looking to pursue careers in healthcare, and MANAHI fulfills a very important need," she said. "
Call 913-708-8323 or visit https://midamericanursing.com to learn more about our programs.
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