Pima Medical Institute

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Pima Medical Institute
Pima Medical Institute
Motto Trusted. Respected. Preferred.
Type For-profit
Established 1972
Chairman Richard Luebke Jr.
President Fred Freedman
CEO Fred Freedman
Location Founded in Tucson, Arizona
Campus 15 campuses across the western United States
Website http://pmi.edu/

The Pima Medical Institute (PMI) is a for-profit medical career college that trains students for careers as allied health care professionals.[1] PMI is the largest independently owned, private allied health school in the U.S.[2] and is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).[3]

History[edit]

Pima Medical Institute was founded in Tucson, Arizona, in January 1972 by Richard Luebke, Sr. and his wife, JoAnn. The first program offered was nursing assistant. Based on job demands in the community, Pima grew their programs and campuses to fill those needs,[4] including the launch of online programs in 2006.

The company owns and operates 15 campuses across the western United States.[5]

Programs of Study[edit]

Pima Medical Institute offers a variety of allied health care career training options. Not all programs are offered at each campus.[5]

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