Opened in 2015, the Ross Medical Education Center Knoxville campus is located just about a mile from the intersection of I-75 and I-140, right off of Kingston Pike. The campus is nestled into the Windsor Square shopping center near Burlington Coat Factory and AMC CLASSIC Windsor Square 7.
As the third largest city in Tennessee, Knoxville is home to a large network of hospitals, specialty clinics, pharmacies, and research centers. This variety of healthcare facilities makes Knoxville a great location to pursue healthcare training.
Before I started Ross, I was looking to further my education, but was struggling financially. Ross makes sure that they help you be able to afford their program. Ross has a great cheerful staff here and their main priority is to make sure their students succeed. This program helps students become one step closer to their career goals. My personal experience here has been great and I wouldn't change it.Abbie Franklin Graduate Medical Assistant student at Ontario, OH campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
I had a great experience at Ross. Everyone was very accommodating and knowledgeable in my field. Every day I walked in, I was greeted with a positive, ready-to-help staff member. Ross provided me with the tools I needed to take the next step in my life and find my forever job. I cannot thank everyone at Ross enough for this fantastic experience. I feel like I walked in as a scared student and I'm leaving as a graduate with lifelong friends.Brittney Wittmer Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Ontario, OH campus Graduation: March 12, 2019
At Ross College, I really enjoyed the professors as well as getting to know my classmates. Everyone was very encouraging and I really enjoyed it!Nikki Haley Graduate Online - Health Administrative Services student at Ross College Online campus Graduation: November 27, 2018
As an older student returning to the classroom after 20 years, I had concerns that the pace and the computer skills needed would make it hard for me to keep up. But I found the staff was incredibly supportive and patient with students at all levels. The small class created an encouraging, friendly environment to learn.Denise Stillwell Graduate Medical Assistant student at Granger, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
I began my journey of becoming a medical assistant at the age of 49 years young. I chose Ross in Portage and my instructors were polar opposites but they both had my success and best interest at heart. I am now a medical assistant at one of the major hospitals in the area, working in orthopedics. Ross helped me have a successful career because they trained me to be the best I could be. Thank you, Ross, for allowing me to be part of your family.Kimberly Garner Graduate Medical Assistant student at Portage, MI campus Graduation: November 3, 2017