Patient Care Technician
Patient Care Technicians work in clinics, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities under the direct supervision of a registered nurse. These healthcare technicians perform clinical skills such as blood collection, EKGs, catheterizations, recording vital signs and patient treatments, and other tasks related to patient care.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of allied health workers is expected to grow by 21% over the next few years. The median annual earning is $27,430.
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|Patient Care Techniques||120 Hrs|
In this Lesson, you will learn about the patient’s bill of rights and the role each member of the rehabilitation team plays in protecting those rights. You will also gain an understanding of the moral issues that apply to the daily practice of the PT aide. Finally, you will look at how effective and sensitive communication on the part of the physical therapy aide is essential to the job. Practical communication tips are included with the discussion.
Course Duration: 240 hours
Minimum Education: High School Diploma/GED
On a Successful completion of program you can appear for NHA Certification
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