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Patient Care Technician Certification

Location: Garden City Instructor: Nancy Kimmel, PhD, FNP-BC, Medical School year I

Patient Care Technician Certification

$1,000.00 $600.00

As a patient care technician you will assess patients vital signs, perform blood draws, start I.V’s and perform EKG’s.

Patient Care Technician Certification

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$1,000.00 $600.00
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Patient Care Technician Classes are now forming. As a patient care technician you will assess patients vital signs, perform blood draws, start I.V’s and perform EKG’s. Students will attend a one day clinical with a Registered Nurse MSN instructor and preform health care skills which include all or some of the following, medication administration, Itramuscular, subcutaneous, blood sugar checks, suctioning tracheostomy patients, feeding tubes, peg tubes and basic nursing skills. Students who successfully complete this class are eligible to sit for the American Medical Certification Association Patient Care Technician at our school. Upon passing the exam the student will receive 3 national certifications, Patient Care Technician, Phlebotomy Technician and ECG (Electrocardiogram Technician). The school will provide study guides and practice exams free to students for the purpose of studying for the national exam.

What's Included

  • Patient Care Technician Certification
  • Study Guides
  • Practice Exams

About Your Instructor
Nancy Kimmel, PhD, FNP-BC, Medical School year I

Nancy Kimmel will be one of the instructors and is currently in active practice as FNP-BC and is also a 1st year medical school student. She has complied all her years of experience as a university professor/health care professionals to build courses with a curriculum designed to graduate proficient and competent students in their prospective medical career choice. What do patient care technicians do? First of all they have much more responsibility than an certified nursing assistant. They are responsible for not only taking full set of vital signs, such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, pulse oximetry, but they also assess the patient. Assessing a patient means that you must be taught by medical licensed professionals to be able to do this. Our students will listen to the apical heart sounds, the 6 quadrants of lung sounds, the S1 and S2 sounds of the heart. Students will assess the patients pain, not just on the pain log scale but they will learn how to assess pain. Students will learn to take a detailed patient centered history and they will learn to draw blood, perform EKG’s as well as how to insert and take out IV’s. This course is now comes with EKG, and IV certification.

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