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Univ. of Phoenix Offers Credit for Clinical Systems Training

July 25, 2008
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The University of Phoenix will provide college credit for technical training of United Kingdom-based GE Healthcare’s Clinical Systems.

According to the company, more than 40 of GE Healthcare’s technical courses are eligible for credit with successful completion and can be used toward undergraduate degrees from the University of Phoenix.

GE Healthcare technical courses eligible for credit focus on specific GE products including Apex Pro telemetry, Solar and DASH patient monitors, Avance, Aespire and Aisys anesthesia systems, CASE/Cardiosoft, MARS, and MUSE cardiology systems and LOGIQ, Vivid and Voluson ultrasound equipment, and Giraffe micro-environment systems. GE Healthcare also offers Healthcare IT courses, which are available for University of Phoenix credit.

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