Ohio gets $19M in federal funds for health care job training

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Ohio gets $19M in federal funds for health care job training

MedCity News – WASHINGTON, D.C. — Four Ohio organizations will receive a total of $19 million in federal funding to train workers for jobs in the health care industry.

The funding comes from last year’s federal stimulus act and will be distributed by the U.S. Department of Labor, according to a statement from the office of Sen. Sherrod Brown.

“These funds will provide training to Ohioans so they can pursue good-paying, high-tech health care jobs,” Brown said in the statement. “These investments will prepare Ohioans for employment in high-growth industries that require workers to have specialized skill sets and training in technology.”

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