• Dayton STNA Nurse Aide Training

    OMCC offers Nursing Assistant (CNA/STNA) classes that meet the education and testing requirements for nursing assistants as required by the Ohio Department of Health to work in longterm care facilities. Upon successful completion of the training program, graduates will obtain Ohio State Nurse Aide (CNA) Certificate and be eligible to take the State Nurse Aide (STNA) examination.


  • Dayton Practical Nurse (PN) Training

    OMCC Practical Nursing (LPN) Training Program prepares students to participate in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care in hospitals and extended care facilities.


    Nursing careers are very rewarding. Each day you will have a lasting impact on patients' lives, and you will be using your skills and expertise to save people's lives. If you are a compassionate, caring individual who is interested in an accredited, accelerated 40-week LPN program and learn from the knowledgeable nursing instructors with years of experience, look no further. Change your life and jump start your career by applying today!

  • Dayton "One Plus One" Nursing (LPN + RN) Training

    OMCC Registered Nurse (RN) Training Program prepares students to respond to the needs of patients suffering from illness or injury, and to provide care and cater to the needs of patients in a variety of settings, including operating rooms, ambulatory care, intensive care, physicians offices, health care clinics, or specialized practices.


    If you are a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and willing to pursue higher level of professional education, OMCC Registered Nursing (RN) Program is the right choice to meet your personal goal.

Taking the Next Step

If you are a Certified Nursing Aide and willing to pursue higher level of professional education, OMCC's Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) and Registered Nursing (RN) programs may be the right choice to meet your personal goal.

OMCC Practical & Registered Nursing (LPN/RN) Programs

OMCC Practical Nurse (LPN) Training and Registered Nurse (RN) Training Programs have both attained full approval from Ohio Board of Nursing and received authorization from the State of Ohio Board of Career Colleges and Schools. The curricula includes both classroom study and supervised clinical practice (patient care).

LPN didactic study covers basic nursing concepts and subjects related to patient care, including anatomy, physiology, medical-surgical nursing, pediatrics, obstetrics nursing, pharmacology, nutrition, and holistic care. RN classroom study builds upon the LPN curriculum and covers advanced concepts in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, psychology, sociology, and nursing. Clinical practice integrates knowledge learned in classroom and labs into real world patient care settings.

Graduates will receive a diploma upon program completion and become eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX. NCLEX is required in order to obtain licensure as an LPN or RN. It is a computer-based exam and varies in length, covering four major Client Needs categories: safe and effective care environment, health promotion and maintenance, psychosocial integrity, and physiological integrity.

» OMCC LPN Training

» OMCC RN Training

Financial Aid Available to Help You Pay for School

Ohio Medical Career College is approved by US Department of Education to participate in the Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs. Federal student aid funding can be used for One Plus Nursing Education Program (Practical Nursing & Registered Nursing).

All federal student aid applicants must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The application is free and you will need to provide information on your income (or your parents) for the previous calendar year. You will need OMCC's school code, 041773, for your FAFSA.

Your financial aid information will be received by OMCC Financial Aid Office approximately 7 to 10 business days after you complete the FAFSA to begin processing. Students should file their FAFSA/add OMCC School Code at least 4 weeks before the preferred program start date to ensure adequate processing time by the financial aid office.

In addition to federal student aid, eligible students may also apply for state and other financial aid programs such as the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). For more information please click on the link below:

» OMCC Federal Student Aid Portal «