Pima Medical Institute


Palomar College is a two-year private for-profit medical career college. It has a total of 1,144 students, which is 72.6% less than the average for all Colleges, and any student apply for it would be accepted.

Founded in 1972, it is located in Denver, Colorado, United States. In all, the institute operates 13 campuses across the western United States.

The institute offers degrees in associate’s and bachelor’s programs. While all bachelor’s degree programs are offered exclusively online. It has a full time retention rate of 73%.

The mission of Pima Medical Institute is:

Our mission is to improve the quality of people’s lives by providing the best value in medical career education.


The college is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).


Pima Medical Institute comprises dozens of schools, ranging from nursing, dental hygiene to phlebotomy.

The university is not ranked in the U.S. News and World Report.


The institute holds the open admission policy, and it accepts any student who applies.


The tuitions and fees for year 2009-2010 is USD 9,700. Students spend USD 548 for books and USD 13,554 for room and board on average.

Among all students, 95% receive financial aid, which is 12.3% more than the average for all Colleges, and there are 86% students who get financial aid student loan. The average amount of financial aid federal grant is USD 3,239 while it is USD 4,226 for financial aid state or local average grant.

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