PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN COURSES

Athens CPR & Safety now offers CPCT

NHA Allied Healthcare Certification

Certified Patient Care Technician

Acceptance

The Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT) program is a comprehensive program designed to prepare the graduate to become a certified patient care technician. Graduates will receive training in patient health care to include support for adult daily living needs, EKG, cardiac circulation and blood pressure monitoring, phlebotomy and venipuncture skills. Students will learn skills in assisting patients in attaining and maintaining maximum functional independence while observing patient rights, as well as those needed to pass the National Certification for Patient Care Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, EKG Technician and Certified Clinical Medical Assisting.

All prospective students must complete the TABE test and score an 6.0 or higher

Program Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform the duties of a patient care technician to include:
TOTAL CLOCK HOURS: 685

ESTIMATED COMPLETION TIME: 17 Weeks

To qualify for graduation from this program the students must demonstrate competency in each of the patient care skills and successfully complete the both externships. Graduates in this program will be qualified to find entry-level positions in doctor’s offices, hospitals, nursing and convalescent health care facilities.
*Indicates prerequisite exists. Student must complete the prerequisite course prior to entry into this course of have the instructor’s permission to enter the course.”
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