Patient Care 
Technician 

This is one of the most versatile skill sets you can possess to make you marketable in several areas. 

Your training will allow you to apply to work  in a hospital or emergency room environment, Lab, doctor's office, urgent care, nursing home, home care, assisted living, or cardiology office.   

When you become a Patient Care Technician (or PCT for short) you are certified as a CNA, Phlebotomist and EKG Technician.  

You will start with the CNA program.  Once licensed, that will allow you to work with a facility while you are completing the PCT program.   We follow up CNA with the Phlebotomy program and finish with EKG Technician.

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This Program is done in 3 segments:

 

The first segment is CNA which is 8 weeks.

 

It is held every Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday, and Thursday. 

Day time option is 9 am to 1 pm 

Evening option is 6 pm to 10 pm

(You can choose which session you would like when you enroll)

The second segment is Phlebotomy which is 8 weeks.

 

It is held every Monday - Tuesday, and Thursday. 

Day time option is 9 am to 1 pm 

Evening option is 6 pm to 10 pm

(You can choose which session you would like when you enroll)

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The third segment is EKG Technician.  This portion is 6 weeks long.

 

It is held every Monday - Tuesday, and Thursday. 

 

Day time option is 9 am to 1 pm 

 

Evening option is 6 pm to 10 pm

(You can choose which session you would like when you enroll)

 

No Credit Check Financing Options 

$0 Down - $167/Month 33 Payments 

$0 Down - $149/Month 39 Payments