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Patient Care Technician Training

 

Interested in becoming a patient care technician?


A patient care tech is mainly focused on working closely with patients, in conjunction with nurses. PCT's sometimes are referred as nursing assistants. They help perform basic care for patients, such as changing dressing, assisting with the restroom, and trauma.

As a patient care technician you will be able to work in the hospital settings only.


In this 24 week program students will learn:


  1. Phlebotomy
  2. Proper labeling and patient identification
  3. EKG's
  4. Vital signs
  5. Proper patient care
  6. Emergency room techniques
  7. Lifting and transporting patients
  8. Trauma unit training
  9. State Certification exam
 
Days and hours
 Tuition
216 classroom hours 
+ 160 hour externship
 $5,000 tuition cost

Day: M T W  8:30am-12pm
or
Evening: M T W  6pm-9pm

$750 deposit following 
(12) payments of $354.16
Students that miss more than two weeks of class will be immediatley dropped from the program.

Includes:

1 scrub uniform

Books

Stethoscope

Blood pressure cuff

Clinical

Certification test

 

Is patient care the right career choice for you?