Each year, in Nevada, an average of 0 students graduate with credentials in medical transcription. If you too are interested in studying medical transcription, Nevada has 1 medical transcription schools from which you can choose. You can expect to pay an average of $2,010 per year in tuition for a certificate in medical transcription in Nevada state.
Located in Elko, Great Basin College is the largest medical transcription school in Nevada, based on student population. In 2009, a reported 0 students graduated with a medical transcription certificate from Great Basin College. This was NaN% of the total medical transcription graduates in Nevada for that year. Tuition at Great Basin College, was $2,010 per year in 2010.
A majority of those with an education in medical transcription pursue a career as a medical transcriptionist. If you are planning on working in the state after graduation, you should know that the job outlook for medical transcriptionists in Nevada is good. There are currently an estimated 430 medical transcriptionists working in Nevada. This number is projected to increase to 550 by the year 2018. This indicates a 26% change in the number of medical transcriptionists in Nevada.
If you work as a medical transcriptionist in Nevada, your yearly salary can range from less than $17,270 to more than $47,300. In Nevada, medical transcriptionists make an average of $35,940 per year.