Los Alamitos

From: Los Alamitos, CA to CNI College Orange, CA

1. Head east on Katella Ave toward Los Alamitos Blvd
2. Make a U-turn at Los Alamitos Blvd
3. Take the ramp onto I-605 S
4. Take the exit onto I-405 S toward San Diego/Garden Grove/CA-22 E
5. Continue onto CA-22 E/Garden Grove Fwy
6. Take exit 16 for Grand Ave toward Glassell St
7. Turn left at N Grand Ave
8. Continue onto S Glassell St
9. Turn left at W La Veta Ave
10. Turn left at S Parker St
11. Take the 1st right onto W Town and Country Rd
Arrive at: 702 W Town and Country Rd Orange, CA 92868-4710

Total Time: 22 minutes
Total Distance: 17.9 miles

Los Alamitos, or "The Little Cottonwoods" in Spanish, is a small city with an abundance of charm. Los Alamitos is home to the USA Water Polo National Aquatic Center, where the U.S. men's and women's Olympic water polo teams train to become legends. The training facility is located on the U.S. Military Joint Forces Training Base which covers almost half of the 4.3 square miles of the city. Visitors of Los Alamitos can take in exciting world-class horse races at the Los Alamitos Race Course. Root for your favorite thoroughbred or quarter horse with purses soaring over $1 million. But, don't gamble with your future! Students that attend CNI College, a short 22 minute drive from Los Alamitos and earn a diploma or degree in Medical Assisting.. If medical assisting is too hands-on for you, CNI offers training in other career programs such as MRI Tech, Surgical Tech, or RN. The Surgical Tech Program at CNI College prepares students with hands-on training so that they can be ready for entry-level positions after graduation. In addition, the courses you take at CNI Healthcare College will help you prepare for the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) examination, which you will need to pass in order to become a Certified Surgical Technologist (CST). The Medical Assisting Program at CNI College provides the skills needed to pass the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) or American Medical Technologists (AMT) exams. Medical assisting is a hands-on career in an innovative industry.