Patient Care Technician
4 months/ 328 Clock Hours (188 hours lecture/140 lab hours)
Patient care technicians are allied health professionals who provide direct patient care within their regulated scope of practice. They perform basic nursing assistant tasks (as delegated by the nursing or medical staff) which may include obtaining patient vital signs and other data, communicating with the healthcare team and patients, assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs), complying with confidentiality requirements, and performing ECG's and phlebotomy tasks.
Day Class 4 months -
Days TBA- 9:00a-3:00p
See class schedule for class dates
18 years or older
High School Diploma or GED
Non-refundable enrollment fee of $100 due at the time of enrollment
Copy of immunizations (Documentation of two MMRs or positive titers; Series of three Hepatitis B, or titer indicating immunity, or a signed waiver; current tetanus or Tdap; Varicella status: positive history, vaccination or titer indicating immunity. If negative history – immunization is strongly recommended)
Completion of current PPD (TB) test before the 1st day of class (provide paperwork with date)
Criminal Background check
Covid Vaccine (Must have the 1st and 2nd shot) (Clinical Requirement)
Includes class tuition, non-refundable registration fee, textbook (PCT only), class uniform, badge, and liability insurance.
Textbooks: $120.00 (Phlebotomy textbook or it's available for rent-included in tuition)
Drug Test $40.00
TB Test up to $25.00 (depends on where administered)
National competency fee $160.00
Background Check $35.00
$1,500.00 down deposit is due the first day of class or prior.
(5) installments of $500.00