Providing students with comprehensive training in the healthcare specialty of their choice is our area of expertise! We design our courses to ensure quick completion, while preparing graduates for a successful career in the healthcare industry.

What Is a Patient Care Technician?

As a multi-skilled healthcare worker, patient care technicians (PCTs) perform duties under the supervision of a registered nurse. PCTs carry out essential bedside protocols necessary in hospital settings, such as taking vital signs, drawing blood, and operating various types of monitoring equipment. As a patient-facing worker, it is imperative that the PCT be knowledgeable and compassionate in their approach with patients.

Patient Care Tech Training With Pasco Medical Training

Our patient care technician training program includes supplementary training and certification opportunities as a:

  • Florida-Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • NHA-Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
  • NHA-Certified EKG Technician (CET)
  • NHA-Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT-A)

Our patient care technician program is specifically structured to be completed in Seven (7), four-week modules (28 weeks), including patient care, anatomy and physiology, basic phlebotomy techniques, basic electrocardiographic techniques, introduction to health services administration and clinical experience. These modules are scheduled over the length of 28 weeks or seven months. Patient care tech students will complete approximately 600 credit hours prior to obtaining a diploma.

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