A Patient Care Technician (PCT) is a highly trusted professional and a vital part
of the healthcare system. A PCT can have a direct impact on people’s lives and health.
Careers as a PCT offer diverse opportunities and excellent earning potential. PCTs
work under the direct supervision of a registered nurse and are trained to perform
a variety of tasks.
The Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician is responsible for performing diagnostic
tests to assess heart rhythm and rate. These EKG tests are also routinely performed
before and after surgical procedures, during physical examinations particularly in
patients with a personal and/or family history of heart disease, when patients are
experiencing chest pains and when a provider hears or sees something that indicates
a problem with the heart.
Our Medical Assistant program will train you to work alongside medical providers in
medical offices and clinics to provide the best possible care for patients and play
an integral role in patient care management. Once you complete our program, you can
provide clinical and administrative support in outpatient settings in the community,
ambulatory care centers, and hospitals.
Helping people thrive and have long and healthy lives is what you’re all about. There
are many careers in this industry—no matter which you choose, you can make an impact
and use your talents to help people.