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When you register, be sure to mention you and your friend signing up to receive $25 off the cost of your class...both you AND your friend.
There is no limit to how many people you can refer. But they have to register and be accepted before the $25 off can be approved.
For more information, please message us or give us a call at (662)374-5033.
Our mission is to provide education, life skills and job readiness training to promote sustainability for individuals and families who seek to improve their economic independency.
MedEd Services was founded in 2018 to eliminate educational and job readiness training barriers for individuals and families. We take pride in our experienced staff that is passionate about teaching and sharing knowledge with others. In addition, we seek to provide affordability and availability to individuals in the Mississippi Delta area. Our curriculum is approved by American Allied Health. We also have a Medical Billing & Coding program that is approved by Medical Association of Billers.
The Benefits of Our Program
During your training and educational courses, you will build self-confidence and acquire the critical skills needed to gain and retain employment, such as time and resource management, a professional attitude and teamwork.
Build and maintain a professional work ethic to become successful in employment and in your personal life
Financial literacy to strengthen economic independence
Support services as needed
Approved by American Allied Health
Making Health Care Education More Accessible
MedEd Services is a nonprofit organization created to serve as an educational and training hub for individuals and families seeking to enter the healthcare field. Our organization serves as the centerpiece to job readiness and education that will provide an opportunity for individuals a second chance in life.
Our courses and training offer a healthy mixture of educational activities with an emphasis on individual accountability. Enrollees engage in an intensive directive, during which they analyze their own personal barriers to employment, obtain new job skills, develop resumes, and practice mock interviewing techniques.
While some of our classroom courses and training mainly occur in a group setting to promote teamwork and interpersonal skills, our staff meet one-on-one with each individual to examine potential career pathways, provide resume critiques and offer moral support.
MedEd Services 2019-2020 Graduates
Board of Directors
Community Outreach Coordinator