Medical Billing and Coding Schools in Texas

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  1. Tyler Junior College

    1400 East Fifth Street

    Tyler, TX

    (903) 510-2200

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $3,642
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $4,242
    • Years Accredited

      83 (1931)
    • Student Population

      15,651
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  2. Paris Junior College

    2400 Clarksville St

    Paris, TX

    (903) 785-7661

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $2,100
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $3,228
    • Years Accredited

      80 (1934)
    • Student Population

      8,364
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  3. Lee College

    511 S Whiting

    Baytown, TX

    (281) 427-5611

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $2,190
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $3,510
    • Years Accredited

      66 (1948)
    • Student Population

      9,640
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  4. Blinn College

    902 College Ave

    Brenham, TX

    (979) 830-4000

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $2,952
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $4,824
    • Years Accredited

      64 (1950)
    • Student Population

      27,821
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  5. St Philip's College

    1801 Martin Luther King Dr

    San Antonio, TX

    (210) 486-2000

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $5,500
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $10,822
    • Years Accredited

      63 (1951)
    • Student Population

      15,651
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  6. Odessa College

    201 W University Blvd

    Odessa, TX

    (432) 335-6400

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $3,400
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $4,380
    • Years Accredited

      62 (1952)
    • Student Population

      7,090
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  7. Alvin Community College

    3110 Mustang Rd

    Alvin, TX

    (281) 756-3500

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $2,440
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $3,544
    • Years Accredited

      55 (1959)
    • Student Population

      8,250
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  8. Panola College

    1109 W Panola St

    Carthage, TX

    (903) 693-2000

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $2,568
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $3,240
    • Years Accredited

      54 (1960)
    • Student Population

      3,497
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  9. San Jacinto Community College

    8060 Spencer Hwy

    Pasadena, TX

    (281) 998-6150

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $2,296
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $3,496
    • Years Accredited

      53 (1961)
    • Student Population

      41,508
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
  10. Tarrant County College District

    1500 Houston St

    Fort Worth, TX

    (817) 515-5100

    • Tuition & Fees (In State)

      $1,994
    • Tuition & Fees (Out of State)

      $4,512
    • Years Accredited

      47 (1967)
    • Student Population

      75,547
    • School Type

      Public, 2-year
    • Degree Levels

      • Associates
      • Certificate
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Medical Billing and Coding Jobs in Texas

Three significant employers of medical billing and coding professionals in Texas are:

Abilene Regional Medical Center

  • Address: 6250 US Highway 83, Abilene, TX 79606
  • Email Address: Click here to access the medical center’s contact form.
  • Phone Number: 325-428-1000
  • Website: www.abileneregional.com

ARMC is a 231 licensed bed facility that employs 750 employees, including 131 active physicians. Its services include CT scans, the area’s only chest pain center, an ER, mammography, pelvic floor therapy, rehab services, a sleep disorder center, and others. Employee benefits at ARMC include major medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, paid time off, education assistance, paid holidays, and other benefits.

Austin Surgical Hospital

  • Address: 3003 Bee Cave Road, Austin, Texas 78746
  • Email Address: jobs@austinsurgicalhospital.com
  • Phone Number: 512-314-3800
  • Website: www.austinsurgicalhospital.com

ASH has a 21-bed facility. The hospital’s surgical services include plastic surgery, podiatric, reconstructive, spine, and orthopedic. It also specializes in 24/7 urgent care, gynecology, endocrinology, pain management, and more. The employee benefits at ASH include paid time off, paid holidays, flex spending accounts, dental, vision, health, life, and disability coverage, and a retirement package.

Big Bend Regional Medical Center

  • Address: 2600 Highway 118 North, Alpine, TX 79830
  • Email Address: Click here to access the medical center’s contact form.
  • Phone Number: 432-837-3447
  • Website: www.bigbendhealthcare.com

Big Bend Regional employs 135 people in a 25-bed facility. Its services include audiology, cardiology, an ER, home health, imaging, orthopedics, physical therapy, and others. Benefits at BBRMC include short- and long-term disability, medical, dental, vision, health and life insurance, tuition assistance, paid time off, and more.

Top Cities in Texas for Medical Billing and Coding Careers

These are the top cities for employment in the field. All of the data is compiled from the latest information available from the BLS.

  1. San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX

    There are about 1,950 medical billers and coders in San Antonio region, according to the BLS. The hourly mean wage is the highest in the state, at $19.60. The annual mean wage is $40,760, also the highest in the state. The lowest 10% of workers make $21,340 per year while the highest 10% make $68,970 per year, the highest in the state.

  2. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

    The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area has the highest number of medical billers and coders. There are about 4,600, according to the BLS. The average hourly wage here is $17.16 and the average annual wage is $35,690. The annual tenth percentile wage is $22,330, and the annual ninetieth percentile wage is $55,300.

  3. Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX

    Approximately 3,650 medical coders and billers work in the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metropolitan area, according to the BLS. The average worker makes $18.96 per hour and $39,440 per year. Those in the lowest earning bracket make $23,300 annually while those in the highest make $59,730.

  4. Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood, TX

    In the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood metropolitan area there are about 260 medical coders and billers, according to the BLS. The average wages among them are $18.41 hourly and $38,300 annually. The top and bottom 10% of workers make $51,560 and $23,750 annually.

  5. El Paso, TX

    There are around 450 medical coders and billers in El Paso, according to the BLS, who make an hourly mean wage of $17.14 and an annual mean wage of $35,650. The tenth percentile wage is $21,000 annually and the ninetieth percentile wage is $54,380 annually.

  6. Waco, TX

    Approximately 140 medical billers and coders work in Waco, according to the BLS, making an average of $16.06 per hour and $33,410 per year. The highest 10% of employees earn $55,490 annually and the lowest 10% earn $20,700 annually.

  7. San Angelo, TX

    San Angelo employs about 150 medical billers and coders, according to the BLS. The average worker makes $17.41 hourly and $36,200 annually. Those in the top wage bracket make $58,780 annually while those in the bottom make $18,830 annually.

  8. Lubbock, TX

    In Lubbock, there are around 190 medical billers and coders who make an average hourly wage of $16.76 and an average annual wage of $34,850, according to the BLS. The annual tenth percentile wage is $19,250 and the annual ninetieth percentile wage is $56,290.

  9. Amarillo, TX

    There are approximately 170 medical billers and coders in Amarillo, according to the BLS. The average hourly wage there is $17.86, and the average annual wage is $37,160. The lowest 10% of workers make $20,430 per year and the highest 10% make $58,120 per year.

  10. Austin-Round Rock, TX

    According to the BLS, the Austin-Round Rock metropolitan area has about 920 medical billers and coders. On average, the hourly wage is $15.57 and the annual wage is $32,390. The tenth percentile wage is $19,690 annually and the ninetieth percentile wage is $46,900 annually.