The mission of The Medical Institute of Kentucky (TMIKY) is to provide a quality education with career training for the allied health and business industry. This mission is met through the following:
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Applicants must have a high school diploma, GED (Graduate Educational Development) or a homeschool state issued certificate to be accepted into The Medical Institute of Kentucky. This can be evidenced by a copy of the high school diploma, transcript, official GED certificate or a signed attestation.
Non-native speaking applicants must show documentation of a TOEFL score of 61.
Prospective students must submit an application for enrollment and sign an enrollment agreement.
Dental applicants must submit documentation of Hepatitis B vaccination, show proof of vaccination has been started or signed declination form. This documentation may be required during clinical externship rotations. The Medical Institute of Kentucky does not provide vaccination series, but
highly recommend students become vaccinated. Healthcare provider CPR is recommended and will be made available during the course.
Medical applicants must submit a current TB skin test or chest x-ray within one year of reading. This must be kept current during any clinical externship rotations. This excludes the Medical Administrative Assistant program. Applicants must submit documentation of Hepatitis B vaccination, show proof of vaccination has been started or signed declination form. This documentation may be required during clinical externship rotations. The Medical Institute of Kentucky does not provide vaccination series, but highly recommend students become vaccinated. Healthcare provider CPR is required and will be made available during the course.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
The Medical Institute of Kentucky recognizes the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It is the responsibility of the student to inform the institution of any disabilities, physical and/or mental, which might in any way affect the student’s academic progress. The school will make reasonable accommodations to meet the needs of any student with a disability, providing it is unduly burdensome and/or that it does not fundamentally alter the nature of the school’s program.
Qualifying students, with medical documentation of their disabilities must request in writing the type of accommodations needed and provide this to the Admissions Representative and/or Program Supervisor prior to program start date. The student needs to be aware that technical standards may be required, dependent upon their program of choice. These standards will be discussed with each individual student. Please read the Disabilities Documentation Information for the guidelines to follow
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