Gwinnett Institute – Orlando, FL

Gwinnett Institute was initially established as Camelot Healthcare Training Institute and was purchased by JTC Education in 2012. With the purchase, the name was changed to Medtech Institute. In 2015, Medtech Institute was purchased by LTT Enterprises, Inc. as a branch of Gwinnett College in Lilburn, GA. After the purchase, the name was changed to Gwinnett Institute. The campus provides technical training for individuals interested in pursuing careers in nursing and other medical fields.

Gwinnett Institute – Orlando

1900 North Alafaya Trail Suite 100
Orlando, FL 38226
(407) 434-8700

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday           7:00am-11:00pm
Friday                                 8:00am-10:00pm
Saturday                             9:00am-4:00pm

Administration Hours
Monday-Thursday           8:00am-8:00pm
Friday                                 8:00am-5:00pm
Saturday                             9:00am-1:00pm

Gwinnett Institute’s mission is to provide career focused education for the purpose of gaining entry-level employment and advancement opportunities which will empower vocational college students to positively contribute to their communities.

Gwinnett Institute, Orlando campus, is dedicated to the success of our vocational institute students and graduates; therefore, we provide career assistance and technical training from experienced career services personnel. Career Services is available to assist vocational institute students throughout their technical training programs and continues to offer assistance beyond graduation. Some programs require vocational institute students to complete externship or clinical requirements at an off-site facility prior to program completion.  It should be understood that the career services offered are not a guarantee of employment.

The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) accredits Gwinnett Institute to award diplomas, academic associate degrees, and occupational associate degrees. Also, Gwinnett Institute’s Orlando campus is Licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education, License No. 4249.

Gwinnett Institute, at the Orlando campus, offers vocational programs to gain essential technical skills to achieve entry-level positions in nursing and other medical fields. These vocational programs will be the first step in starting a rewarding career.

Vocational Programs offered at the Orlando, FL campus:

Medical Assisting – Upon completion of the medical assisting training classes, college students at the Orlando campus will have taken a variety of courses related to both the front and back office functions.  The medical assisting externship component provides the opportunity for Gwinnett Institute students to put into practice the medical assisting skills learned throughout their programs in an actual medical setting working with actual patients.

Medical Billing & Coding – Medical billing and coding programs, at the Orlando campus, will provide you with the opportunity to learn insurance coding and processing, medical administrative procedures, and the regulatory requirements in the healthcare delivery system.  School externships provide the opportunity to apply the medical billing and coding skills learned in the Orlando campus’ classroom in actual medical settings.  The medical billing and coding degree program provides additional training in coding from the operative report and
ICD-10 CM coding for long-term care.

Nursing – The Associate of Science in Nursing degree program, at the Orlando campus, provides training to prepare college graduates to enter the nursing profession as a registered nurse.  Classroom theory, challenging assignments, skill labs, simulations, and clinical experiences help to prepare college graduates for an entry-level nursing position.

Practical Nursing – Gwinnett Institute in Orlando offers a Practical Nursing diploma program that trains LPN students for positions delivering basic bedside care to patients.  The Practical Nursing diploma program provides the didactic and skills training needed to take the NCLEX-PN examination.*  The Practical Nursing diploma program also includes a capstone course designed to prepare LPN graduates for this examination through the use of HESI/Saunders and Kaplan live reviews and outline models.