Contra Costa Medical Career College is a small, private vocational training school. The school was formed in response to the growing need for qualified, entry-level healthcare professionals in this community.
CCMCC offers low tuition, flexible schedules, and instructors who are experts in their fields of study.
Our class sizes are kept small, so that we can concentrate on quality instruction. We work hand-in-hand with employers in the community to ensure the most up to date curriculum possible. All of our programs are career-focused, so our graduates are prepared to make a positive impact from the start of their new career in the healthcare industry.
Successful students will qualify to take the National exam specific to the program completed.
Our Mission Statement
Contra Costa Medical Career College will supply our students with the most current and comprehensive tools and technical training needed to function in a variety of medical settings. We will assist our students in their development of good judgment, clinical and interpersonal skills, and scientific knowledge which will enable them to function competently as a member of any health care team. We believe that education is the lifelong, on-going development of the person’s character. We believe in producing an educated, responsible member of society equipped with the skills and principals needed to be an exceptional, efficient, and safe health care provider.
Stacey Orozco RN is the Founder and CEO of Contra Costa Medical Career College, Inc. She has earned multiple degrees in Science and Liberal Arts and is a California State Licensed Registered Nurse. In 2005 Stacey decided to pursue her dream of owning her own business where she could help the diverse population in her community by providing quality, affordable vocational education and training. In 2007, after a very lengthy approval process, Stacey opened the doors to Contra Costa Medical Career College.
A decade later, the institution has earned National Institutional and Programmatic Accreditation, numerous organizational approvals, Title IV Funding eligibility and UD Department of Education recognition, offers 12 Allied Health certificate programs and graduates over 1,200 students annually.
The institution has assisted thousands of graduates train for and acquire rewarding careers in the healthcare industry.