The College Of Health Care Professions Adds Fort Worth Campus

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CHCP opens its sixth Texas campus location.

The College of Health Care Professions CEO Jon Emerald announced today that the school has officially opened a Fort Worth, Texas campus.

“We are thrilled to open our second campus in the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth area,” said Emerald. “Our on-campus programs have been in great demand in that part of the state. We are happy we can now meet that demand.”

The new Fort Worth campus will be located at 4248 North Freeway Fort Worth, Texas 76137.

Founded in Houston in 1988 by physicians at the Texas Medical Center, the two new locations will make six locations in Texas. The other five campuses are located in Austin, Houston Northwest, Houston Southwest, San Antonio, and Dallas. In addition, CHCP has online degree programs available across Texas, where students have the independence to advance their careers around busy schedules. Students enrolled in an online program have 24/7 access to coursework and 24/7 IT support when necessary. CHCP uses a combination of lectures, labs, and hands-on training to fully prepare students for their health care career of choice.

“CHCP continues to be committed to offering students, graduates and fellow healthcare associates continuing education programs that will give them the tools necessary to stay current and advance their career fields with the latest changes and updates in the healthcare industry,” Emerald said.

About The College of Health Care Professions
Founded in 1988 by physicians at the renowned Texas Medical Center in Houston, The College of Health Care Professions (CHCP), formerly The Academy of Health Care Professions, is dedicated to providing quality training for healthcare professionals. Now with six locations in Texas – Austin, Houston Northwest, Houston Southwest, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth – CHCP offers degree and certificate programs in a wide range of healthcare disciplines. CHCP programs are focused on allowing students to attain knowledge and proficiency through demonstration, hands-on operation of equipment, and the practice of learned techniques. The College is nationally accredited by the Acrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.

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