CASA LOMA COLLEGE

The College is proud to have over 10,000 graduates who have gone on to pursue professions in nursing and allied health care. The school continues to broaden the scope of programs offered, and keeps current with the continued changes in the area of health care.

Learn. Educate. Grow.

We believe that education is a continuous process. It allows
an individual to pursue learning activities necessary for personal
and professional growth.

HISTORY

Casa Loma College (College) was a dream of Dr. Lewis T. Kohler, who with co-builders Rev. John G. Simmons, Lutheran minister and community leader, Dr. C. C. Trillingham, Los Angeles County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. J. Harold Williams, Provost of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Dr. Tracy J, Putnam, orthopedic surgeon, Mr. George Shector, Physical Therapy Consultant and Lt. Col Albert Elton, Professor of Aerospace Studies at UCLA, founded the College in 1966 as a California nonprofit corporation with the idea of promoting education in four major fields:

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A student seeking admission to Casa Loma College must meet the general admissions requirements in addition to the requirements of their specific degree program.

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MRI Can Now Peer Deep Within the Brain
Researchers have developed an MRI-based calcium sensor that allows them to peer deep into the brain. Using this technique, they can track electrical activity inside the neurons of living animals, enabling them to link neural activity with specific behaviors.

More…Science Daily
Brightwood Students Find a New Home!
Late last year Brightwood College in Van Nuys was abruptly closed, leaving hundreds of students without a school at which to complete their programs. The student’s educational goals and whole way of life was changed in an instant. But it did not take these students long to try and figure out what to do next. A large group of Brightwood’s DMS students approached our admissions department the day of the closure asking for help - and we immediately began working on creative ways we could accommodate these st
Transcranial Sonography Identifies Parkinson’s Earlier
According to Cedars-Sinai, transcranial sonography is a noninvasive and painless ultrasound technique that uses sound waves to evaluate blood flow in and around the brain. Physicians recommend this test to determine if there is anything happening in the blood vessels that is affecting blood flow to the brain. Transcranial Doppler ultrasound is often the test of choice for:

Vasospasm, following a ruptured brain aneurysm
Sickle cell anemia, to determine a patient's stroke risk
The Physical Therapist Assistant Profession Turns 50
There's cause for Physical Therapist Assistant to Celebrate! 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first physical therapist assistant (PTA) graduates.

The APTA  stated that a half-century for the rise of the PTA from something that seemed like a good idea to a recognized, well-established, and in-demand profession integral to health care represents a remarkably short ascendance. Today, it's hard to imagine the delivery of physical t
Love is in the Air
Valentine’s day is celebrated every year. But do you know where Valentine’s day came from? How it became so popular? Was it always about love and good feelings?

There are two theories about the origin of Valentine's Day. According to History.com one is that the day derives from Lupercalia, a raucous Roman festival on February 15th where men stripped naked and spanked young maidens in the hopes of upping their fertility.

The second theory is that while the Roman Emperor Claudius II was trying to bols
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Physical Therapist Assistant

Physical Therapists Assistants rank #2 as one of the best health care support jobs in California with an annual salary of $62,524 (mean hourly wage of $30.06) and a projected job growth of 30.8% between 2016 and 2026.

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Diagnostic Medical Sonographers rank #4 as one of the best top-paying Allied Health Careers in California with an annual salary of $93,121 (mean hourly wage of $44.77) and a projected job growth of 25.9% between 2016 and 2026.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI Technologists rank #5 as one of the best top-paying Allied Health Careers in California with an annual salary of $89,086 (mean hourly wage of $42.74) and a projected job growth of 22.6% between 2016 and 2026.

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MRI / DMS Advanced Placement

ARRT Certification for MRI and DMS is the gold standard within the healthcare field. Certification verifies that you have met the rigorous professional standards in medical imaging.

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MRI Post Primary Certification

Our advanced professional development course in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MR) is for those technologists who wish to become more marketable by obtaining a credential in an additional modality.

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6725 Kester Ave.
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Testimonials

Happy customers.

Kim D.

Glendale, CA

“First of, I like to say a huge thank you the teachers and staffs that helped me through the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program!”…

 Dinah S.

Los Angeles, CA

“The program gives you weekly reminders on what needs to be done, allows you to communicate with school , check on yr students progress/concerns. Great system Casa Loma!”…

Garry D.

West Hills, Los Angeles, CA

“I am a recent graduate of Casa Loma’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program. The PTA program here is top notch.”…