About Us

Texas Institute of Health Careers is a Houston proprietary career school that provides the Nurse Aide Training and competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) for Certified Nurse Aide candidates. Students completing the program are prepared to take the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Nurse Aide Competency test for certification as a Nurse Aide. The Texas Institute of Health Careers is approved and regulated to provide and conduct the Nurse Aide Training and competency Evaluation Program (NATCEP) by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and by the Texas Workforce Commission.

About our Professionals

Nursing Aides and Allied Health Professionals are at the forefront of patient care. Day in and day out, you are more often than not the first contact of the patient and even the family members. It is important that you get the sufficient training and exposure before finally undertaking a highly demanding but very fulfilling practice as a Nursing Aide.

Our Mission Statement

Texas Institute of Health Careers seeks to prepare and equip competent and compassionate Nursing Assistants with the skills necessary to provide and coordinate nursing care for a variety of clients in a variety of settings including Hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health, and hospice. We strive to provide the Graduate Nursing Assistant with enough knowledge and motivation to enhance their educational and career advancement.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Texas Institute of Health Careers is an equal opportunity Institution; we provide equal educational opportunity to all regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, race, disability, religion or national origin.

What We Want to Achieve

At Texas Institute of Health Careers, our goal is to help you comply with state requirements or certification renewals that periodically occur every two years for CNAs. Your role is so vital in the patient care scene that it is imperative that you keep yourself up to date with the latest patient care techniques. We have the resources and the training structure that will help you acquire the necessary competencies.

Best of all, training schedules at Texas Institute of Health Careers are flexible and the staff are very accommodating. Feel free to ask questions and bring up your concerns when you call us at 832-545-7352.