1. This program respects all the years that you spent in medical school

    Hello to all my friends... My name is Syed Naqvi, and I am a foreign medical graduate and have passed my United States Medical Licensing Examination. However, due to a lack of clinical experience and my year of graduation, I was unable to get a residency position in the U.S. After being disappointed and losing hope that I will ever be able to be involved with Healthcare again as care provider in t…Read More

    -Syed Naqvi
  2. I have more options than I ever had before

    Everyone’s life, places, and journeys has a back-story. Essentially, back-stories are the key ingredients to the product that people see today. Back-stories can either inspire us, cripple us, or cause us to remain where we are. My back-story is a simple one that led me to Mid America Learning and beyond. In my opinion, MAL was a God-send. They were placed in my life at the right time. I was init…Read More

    - Dr. Jamie Reed, DC, FNP-C College Professor WBU c/o 2012 Herzing U. c/o 2014
  3. I do not regret [a] single second of it.

    For me, I would not have academic freedom, scope, or ability to treat patients from a multi-directional perspective if it were not for MAL. Since becoming a nurse practitioner, I can seriously say that the job opportunities have been greater than the amount of time that there is in the day to do all of them, and it is only going to get busier. From the angle of scope, giving your patients all they…Read More

    - Dr. Brandon Brock, RN, NP-C, MSN, DC, DACNB, FACFN, FABES, FABVR, FICC