Do the most meaningful work of your career

As an educator at Pima Medical Institute, you will be involved in both the growth of your students and the overall success of the institute, contributing constantly to the mission of improving the quality of people’s lives by providing the best value in medical career education.

+ Wealth-Building Potential

  • Being an employee-owner means owning your future.
  • Our success means stability for our employee-owners.

+ Stability and Commitment

  • Being employee-owned means we recruit for the long run. This isn’t just a job, it’s a career.
  • Being employee-owned means we make large investments in our employee-owners’ career growth and professional development.

+ Individual Empowerment

  • Our employees think like owners because they are owners.
  • Our employees act like owners because they are owners.

+ A Collaborative Culture

  • Our collaborative work environment is a direct result of being employee-owned. We treat each other like family.
  • Being employee-owned means we treat each other with mutual trust and respect.

Make Pima Medical Institute Part of Your Career Path

As our community of students continues to grow, so does our community of talented staff. We truly believe that our people are the heart of our organization, and as we grow, we continue to hold ourselves accountable to the values that support those people.


Andy joined the Pima Medical family as Chief Executive Officer in 2022 with experience in healthcare and education. He's leading the organization into the future, with a keen eye on what healthcare providers need in great employees and how to support our students to best meet those needs. We encourage you to become part of the Pima Medical Institute family, where you can help make a difference in the lives of our students today and educate future professionals.

Our History

Pima Medical Institute started changing lives in 1972 when Richard Luebke Sr. and his wife, JoAnn, brought to life their dream of providing quality medical career education. They opened the first campus in Tucson, Arizona, preparing students to become nursing assistants. Eventually Richard Luebke Jr. and Mark Luebke took the helm, introducing more programs and opening additional campus locations to meet the country’s growing demand for quality healthcare professionals.