Medical Career Institute complies with the guidelines set forth in the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Individuals with special needs are allowed to apply to any of the programs offered by the Medical Career Institute. However, applications of candidates who indicate that they cannot meet one or more of the “Physical and Technical Standards” expected in the healthcare industry will be specifically reviewed and considered by the Medical Career Institute’s Review Committee which includes the Educational School Director, the Program Director, Faculty, Clinical Coordinator and/or Career Counselor.
The Review Committee will determine if reasonable accommodations are possible to facilitate successful completion of the program in preparation for the national credentialing examination, the clinical lab and externship training. In its review of the applicant the Review Committee will determine if there are reasonable accommodations available for the applicant which will not create an undue hardship to the Medical Career Institute including but is not limited to making a fundamental alteration in the nature of the training activities program or in unwarranted financial or administrative burden.
Applicant will be notified in writing of the decision of the Review Committee generally within fourteen (14) calendar days of the submission of the full and complete Special Accommodation Request Form. The decision of the Review Committee is final.