Healthcare

New Hampshire’s healthcare landscape is full of opportunities to make a difference – and make a good living – while helping fellow citizens stay healthy. As an apprentice, you will be able to build your educational foundation in healthcare so you are ready to immediately make a difference in a healthcare setting.

Our state’s aging population and the constant advancements in medicine require that healthcare companies run as efficiently as possible. Registered  Apprenticeship programs in Medical Assisting, Licensed Nursing Assistant, Medical Billing and more provide the New Hampshire healthcare industry the trained employees they need now and in the future.

Registered Apprenticeship ensures that on day one, employees will be successful on-the-job.

Well-paying careers

for Apprentices

New Hampshire’s rapidly growing healthcare sector includes more than physicians and those who take care of patients. Behind the scenes, healthcare technicians create products and process services for a wide range of needs in one of the fastest-growing industries in the state. As a result, there are many options for creating NH healthcare apprenticeship programs.

The average salary in healthcare in New Hampshire:

$46,956 per year

A pipeline of skilled, productive workers

for Employers

Registered Apprenticeships are developing a new generation of workers to help our nation succeed in the 21st Century economy.

Having a skilled workforce is critical for the growth of healthcare businesses. Apprenticeship has been proven to:

  • Increase productivity
  • Boost employee retention
  • Improve company culture
  • Ensure knowledge transfer from experienced professionals

For every dollar spent on apprenticeship,

employers get approximately $1.50 ROI.

“This apprenticeship program enables participants to deal with the rigors of working as a medical assistant throughout the course of their apprenticeship.”

– Charles Lloyd, president of White Mountains Community College

“I have learned new things every day and have worked alongside healthcare professionals that are hard-working and compassionate. I am very proud to stand here today and say that I did, and with lots of help, that I succeeded in finding a career for myself.”

– Amy Quimpo, Medical Assistant apprentice, CMC’s New England Heart Institute

Professions in healthcare

Dental assistants
Dental laboratory technicians
Emergency management directors
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics
Home health aides
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational nurses
Medical and clinical laboratory technicians
Medical and health services managers
Medical appliance technicians
Medical assistants
Medical equipment preparers
Medical records and health information technicians

Nursing assistants
Ophthalmic laboratory technicians
Opticians
Orthotists and prosthetists
Pharmacy technicians
Phlebotomists
Physical therapy aide
Radiologic technologists
Residential advisors
Surgical technologists
Veterinary assistants and laboratory animal caretakers

“We are proud of all that our apprentices have accomplished so far and are committed to their long-term success as they continue their apprenticeship journey.”

– David Ross, administrator for the Hillsborough County Nursing Home, in reference to the company’s involvement in Registered Apprenticeship

Types of companies hiring healthcare employees

The armed services
Colleges or universities
Federal, state and local health departments
Fitness centers
Health clinics
Health networks
Home healthcare agencies
Hospitals
Mental health institutions
National Health Service Corps

Pharmaceutical companies
Physician offices
Sports medicine facilities
Rehabilitation centers
Research laboratories
Residential and nursing homes
Sports facilities
Veterinary clinics
Vision care centers

“Our first class of apprentices was chosen from a large pool of applicants and we are all extremely proud of their hard work and accomplishments. All of them have already successfully passed their exam to become Certified Medical Assistants and have been working diligently to complete their apprenticeship hours. Because of this success, we are hard at work filling another class of medical assistants and expanding apprenticeship offerings into the LNA role.”

– Merryll Rosenfeld, vice president of human resources, Catholic Medical Center

These New Hampshire healthcare companies are seeing the benefits of apprenticeship