Ross Medical Education Center

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Ross Medical Education Center
Ross Medical Education Center (logo).png
MottoChange your tomorrow, today.
TypeFor-profit
Established1969
Location, ,
United States
CampusMultiple sites
Websiterosseducation.edu

Ross Medical Education Center is a for-profit allied-health school with 40 locations across seven states offering both campus and online programs.[1] Ross has been an investment of JLL Partners since 2010. [2]

History[edit]

Initial Ross Education activities began in 1969 when J.M. Ross opened a school in Flint, Michigan, under the name Learning Foundations. That school provided "after school" academic instruction to kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Six additional schools were opened from 1969 through 1971 by Mr. Ross. In 1971, the name of the company was changed to Ross Learning, Inc., and the focus of the company shifted to providing prevocational and vocational training services to adults. Ross Learning was purchased by Howard J. Hulsman in 1973 and the organization began evolving into career training centers. In 1976, Ross opened the more comprehensive instructional services of the Ross Medical Education Centers. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s Ross Learning, Inc. opened many schools across the Midwestern and Southern United States, all of which operated as Ross Medical Education Center, Ross Business Institute, or Ross Technical Institute.

In 2004, Mr. Hulsman sold Ross Learning, Inc., to three officers of the corporation: Christine Ossenmacher, Paul Mitchell, and Richard Lockman. In 2005, Paul Mitchell, Huron Capital Partners, LLC and minority investors formed Ross Education, LLC and purchased the assets of Ross Learning, Inc. By 2007, Ross adds a Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration program to many of its campuses. This addition is followed closely by a Dental Assistant program in 2008.

On May 1, 2008 an acquisition was made to purchase the Institute of Medical and Dental Technology located in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Between 2008 and 2010, Ross Education, LLC. moved all of its schools into larger, brighter facilities, roughly 3 times their previous size.

In 2011, the Ross Medical Education Center in Sylvania, Ohio changed its name to Ross College. Ross College Online was created to offer associate degree programs. In 2011, Ross also became an investment of JLL Partners. [3]

In March 2012, Ross launched its Pharmacy Technician program in seven campuses.[4]

On June 1, 2012 the name was officially changed to Ross Medical Education Center.

Today, Ross provides Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration and Medical Assistant training in over 30 communities throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, Alabama, and West Virginia. At several of the campus locations, the Dental Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, and Veterinary Assistant programs are also offered.

Acquisitions[edit]

In May 2008, Ross Education, LLC purchased Institute of Medical-Dental Technology.[5] This location was renamed to Ross Institute of Medical and Dental Technology. On June 1, 2012 the name was officially changed to Ross Medical Education Center.

Later, in April 2014, Ross Education, LLC purchased Health Training Center.[6]

In March 2015, Ross Education, LLC branched out from their healthcare training focus and purchased Michigan-based Tri-Area Trucking School.[7] Currently, Tri-Area Trucking School has one campus located in Midland, Michigan and offers training for both Class A and B Commercial Drivers Licenses.[8]

In January 2017, Ross purchased the remaining three campuses of Brown Mackie College.[9]

Accreditation[edit]

All Ross Medical Education Center campuses and Ross College are institutionally accredited by Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.[10]

Locations[edit]

  • Kalamazoo, Michigan (95 students)
  • Ann Arbor, Michigan (87 students)
  • Bettendorf, Iowa (Ross College)
  • Bowling Green, Kentucky (94 students)
  • Brighton, Michigan (58 students)
  • Canton, Michigan (115 students)
  • Charleston, West Virginia (129 students)
  • Cincinnati, Ohio (97 students)
  • Davison, Michigan (100 students)
  • Dayton, Ohio (81 students)
  • Elyria, Ohio (133 students)
  • Erlanger, Kentucky (61 students)
  • Evansville, Indiana (111 students)
  • Flint, Michigan (153 students)
  • Fort Wayne, Indiana (123 students)
  • Grand Rapids, Michigan (103 students)
  • Granger, Indiana (156 students)
  • Hopkinsville, Kentucky (Ross College)
  • Huntsville, Alabama (159 students)
  • Johnson City, Tennessee (134 students)
  • Kentwood, Michigan (150 students)
  • Knoxville, Tennessee (65 students)
  • Kokomo, Indiana (91 students)
  • Lafayette, Indiana (139 students)
  • Lansing, Michigan (117 students)
  • Madison Heights, Michigan (154 students)
  • Midland, Michigan (72 students)
  • Morgantown, West Virginia (51 students)
  • Muncie, Indiana (88 students)
  • New Baltimore, Michigan (75 students)
  • Niles, Ohio (139 students)
  • North Canton, Ohio (Ross College)
  • Ontario, Ohio (83 students)
  • Owensboro, Kentucky (58 students)
  • Port Huron, Michigan (59 students)
  • Portage, Michigan (135 students)
  • Roosevelt Park, Michigan (147 students)
  • Saginaw, Michigan (138 students)
  • Taylor, Michigan (66 students)

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Online education[edit]

In 2011, Ross College began offering an online Medical Assistant Associate of Applied Science degree completion program for Ross graduates.[12] By August 2012, Ross College launched three other online associate degree Programs. There are now five associate degree programs offered by Ross College Online.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://rosseducation.edu/locations/[self-published source]
  2. ^ https://www.jllpartners.com/ross-education
  3. ^ https://www.jllpartners.com/ross-education
  4. ^ http://www.prlog.org/11819442-ross-medical-education-center-launches-new-pharmacy-technician-program-at-7-locations-in-mi-in-oh.html
  5. ^ http://cincinnati.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2008/06/16/daily5.html
  6. ^ https://www.healthtrainingcenter.com/locations/[self-published source]
  7. ^ https://rosseducation.edu/blog/tri-area-trucking-school-joins-ross-team/[self-published source]
  8. ^ https://www.triareatruckingschool.com/cdl-programs/[self-published source]
  9. ^ Baker, Deirdre. "Brown Mackie College changes hands". The Quad-City Times. Retrieved 2019-06-09.
  10. ^ https://rosseducation.edu/about-ross/accreditation/
  11. ^ https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?q=ross+medical&s=all&pg=1
  12. ^ https://www.rossonline.edu/medical-assistant
  13. ^ https://www.rossonline.edu/associate-degree-programs/

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