Our School

The original incarnation of New Horizons Medical Institute, Inc., was started sixteen years ago in 1990 when Ms. Rose Tabi Ndamukong, was associated with a training program for hard-to-employ individuals at the New York Department of Social Services. As a result of her association with this and other programs, Ms. Tabi decided to establish a permanent job training and counseling center where these Individuals and their sponsors/counselors could meet and receive “hands-on” job training (in well paying jobs), counseling, share life experiences, communicate and experience growth and fellowship while devoting themselves to coming out of poverty, being drug free and establishing a profession.​

​Licenses and Authorizations

New Horizons Medical Institute, Inc  is Accredited by

Council on Occupational Education

And affiliated with:

Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission
National Health Career Association
Georgia Health Partnership

Our Mission

​The mission of New Horizons Medical Institute is to provide allied health educational programs that are responsive to diverse students and communities and that will lead to careers in the allied health field.

The objectives of New Horizons Medical Institute are to:
* Provide academic instruction to promote fulfillment and the best opportunity to acquire marketable skills that can be utilized in the healthcare industry.
* Provide work-force skills training through occupational programs.
* Provide basic skills educational and student services programs to help students become successful learners.
* Establish partnerships with businesses and governmental entities as well as other educational institutions to advance employment development
* Improve the quality of life for students and communities through learning and academic achievement.
* Prepare students with the skills to function effectively in the work place.
* Anticipate and prepare for challenges by continually assessing and prioritizing programs, services, community needs and,
* Seek the resources required to function effectively.

-Continually evaluate and update our hands-on training program.
-Provide the necessary counseling and support services so that students have the best possible chance for success.
-Provide modern facilities and training equipment.
-Select instructors who are qualified and have experience in teaching PCT (Patient Care Technician) and EKG/Phlebotomy.
-Promote self-discipline and motivation so that students may enjoy success in the job and in society.

Our Facilities

Both of the school facilities are specially designed for training students in the medical field. The facilities are centrally located in the metro-Atlanta area (Norcross, Georgia in Gwinnett County and Winder, Georgia in Barrow County). Both facilities contain an ample amount of training and classroom space. The facilities also accommodate administrative offices, restrooms and student lounge areas.

Our Classroom Equipment

We currently have “state-of-the-art” classroom and lab equipment to give the students various means to study. We also have practice mannequins and audio/video equipment for educational and training use.