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Dunwoody College, North Memorial Partner on IT Programs

May 7, 2009
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Minneapolis-based Dunwoody College of Technology is offering healthcare technology degree programs for health informatics specialists, medical laboratory technicians, physical therapy assistants, and radiologic technologists in partnership with North Memorial, an independent medical center based in Robbinsdale, Minn.

Additionally, Dunwoody is offering a health information management program that includes dozens of different tracks for graduates, such as hospitals, insurance providers, research institutes, and physician offices, it says.

To learn more about Dunwoody’s Health Sciences and Technology program, prospective students can download application materials at www.dunwoody.edu/health/index.html or schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor at 612-374-5800.

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