Our Mission 
To prepare students to make a real difference in the lives of others through caring for the sick, injured, convalescent, and disabled individuals of all ages in a varietyof healthcarsettings.
We provide  an environment which fosters personal and intellectual growth.

Our Objective
The provision of quality services to patients in acute care and long-term facilities by nurses and healthcare individuals.
I had no prior experience in the health care field. I only know that being a nurse was my goal. The teachers and their methods were exceptional. Latoya's prepared me for my state boards as anyone graduating from a community college or university. Latoya's changed my life! I would recommend it to anyone who is looking to go into nursing. 
C. Hitts, LPN 
2007-2008 class 

Excellent choice of school! I would refer others to this program, very caring and attentive instructors and staff. 
J. Ellis, LPN 
2006-2007 class 

Latoya's was one of the best things I could have done for myself and my family. I did not know enough about the medical field. And in one year I became a LPN. The staff at Latoya' s takes the time to make sure you are prepared. Latoya's is like a big family, were everyone helps out. Overall, I can say this was the best decision! I could have ever made.
L. Cnudde, LPN 
2005-2006 class 

I felt the training and individual attention that was given helped me grow into the role of a graduated LPN. I can't thank Latoya's enough! 
D. Novess, LPN 
2007- 2008 class 

The instruction was far superior to any other classes that I have taken at neighboring colleges. The instructors were the most meticulous and knowledgeable available in nursing. The staff was always available day and night. Latoya' s far exceeds any local nursing program in preparation for a nursing career. 
D. Cobb, LPN 
2005-2006 class 

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Dialysis Technician
​This eight week course totals 192 clock hours which will provide the student with the skills and knowledge to perform as a Dialysis Technician. Our Dialysis Technician program provides students with the opportunity to study principles of dialysis, anatomy and physiology of the kidney, fluid, and electrolyte balance, hematologic aspects, infectious diseases, dialysis systems and equipment, vascular access to circulation, dietary regulation, blood chemistries, complications of renal failure, psychosocial aspects and an overview of peritoneal dialysis and renal transplantation. Upon successful meeting of all requirements, students will be issued a certificate of completion. Students will be able to obtain state certification upon successful completion of the program. Certification is obtained through NNCC.

Medical Coding and Billing
This course is an eight week course consisting of 192 clock hours in length. Medical Billing and Coding professionals keep records, calculate patient charges and review files. Duties include: reviewing records, calculating charges for a patient's procedure and service and preparing itemized statements and submitting claims to third party payers. Medical Coders are responsible for the collection of physician charges and patient data to ensure that claims are submitted to insurance carriers accurately and in the most efficient and expeditious manner. Prerequisites: Students must have either a high school diploma or  GED. On successful completion of this course the student can obtain certification through the AAPC.

Licensed  Practical Nurse  Program  

This is a twelve month program. Total clock hours equal   1442. The student will rotate through a planned program of  classroom, lab, and clinical instructions. Learning activities will consist of Nursing Fundamentals, Pharmacology, Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition, Role Transition, Growth and Development, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal/Newborn Nursing, and Geriatric Nursing. Upon successful completion of the program the student will receive a diploma and will be eligible to sit for the PN-NC exam through The State of Michigan.


Certified Nursing Assistant 
This program is comprised of theory, lab and clinical 
instructions. It will focus on the why and how behind 
each skill the relationship between body systems, 
disease-illness, key observations during 
patient care, treatment and procedures, and much 

Phlebotomy Technician 
This course is comprised of lecture, lab and clinical. 
The student will learn the safety precautions as well 
as the various types of veni-puncture. Students will 
receive training with various types of equipment,taught 
proper handling procedures, along with special training 
for handling special situations dealing with diverse patients. Upon completion of training student will receive a diploma. 

This course will teach students how to use an electro- 
cardiogram machine for the purpose of studying heart 
rates and activity, diagnose heart disease and analyze 
changes to patients heart activity over time. 

Patient Care Technician 
This course is a combination of our  CNA, EKG,
 & Phlebotomy programs. Upon completion the 
graduate will be a much needed asset to any
 health care facility as a multi-skilled partner in 
the medical field, who is certified as a CNA, yet 
has the knowledge & training to perform many skills & tasks such as EKG & Phlebotomy.

        ~ 90 Days same as cash! ~ 

Latoya's Health Education Center
1000 Brockway 
Saginaw MI 48602
Latoya's Medical Training Center
4442 Beecher 
Flint MI 48532
Latoya's Medical Training Institute 
of Atlanta, Georgia
Coming Soon...
~Also offering Medical Terminology~
~1 Day CPR Training for $50.00~
*State Approved Programs

Saginaw, MI Campus
Flint, MI Campus