The Spring 2015 Commencement Ceremony for the Carrington College Tucson campus was a wonderful occasion for the 157 students who received their certificates. But it was equally memorable for the more than 1,200 students’ family members and friends who attended the ceremony at Centennial Hall…

Rinna Dimalanta, a Respiratory Care program student at our Pleasant Hill campus wanted to share how the dedication and care of Carrington College faculty and staff have made a huge difference in her journey.
Rinna started her higher education at a state university, but quickly found that…

People have an obsession with living longer. Books and movies centering around immortal characters are constantly being released because nobody, including medical assistants, enjoys the thought of death. So, while the search for the fountain of youth is still underway, researchers continue to…

Whether you’re pursuing a nursing career or are on the path to becoming a dental hygienist, bedside manner is an aspect of health care that cannot be ignored. A study published in The Journal of Family Practice reported that when doctors were able to come to an agreement with patients and…

Golf can be a stressful game, no matter how good (or bad) you are! So golfers at the 10th Annual Delta Dental Golf4Smiles event appreciated the Carrington College Physical Therapy Technology program students who were on hand to provide blood pressure checks, chair and table massages to players…

On May 31, Carrington College Tucson Medical Assisting students Derek Quigley and Kim Porter,  as well as Medical Billing and Coding student Jackie Brady and Pharmacy Technology student Autumn Dwornik, had the opportunity to volunteer their time at the Tucson Children’s Museum’s S.T.E.A.M….

Stress is a commonly shared emotion among medical assistant students. The constant coursework, family needs, social events, part-time jobs and extracurricular activities can turn life into a balancing act with each new activity precariously being added to the pile. In fact, a study conducted…