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PCT Bridge Course
Jan 30 - Feb 20
MTWTH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Building: CSC, Room: E160
NUPC_1020_01 - Ratliff, Beth
There are currently 10 out of 10 spots remaining

This Bridge course is for Certified Nurse Aides who would like to obtain their Certification in Patient Care Technician. Patient Care Technicians provide direct patient care and assist doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals with performing day-to-day care. Patient Care Technicians care for patients by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs), obtaining patient vital signs, communicating with the healthcare team and patients, complying with confidentiality requirements, performing EKG/ECG's, and phlebotomy procedures. Patient Care Technicians play a vital role as a member of the healthcare team and are often the ones with the most direct contact with patients. The clinical portion of the program requires a light blue (ceil) color scrub set, Patient Care Tech patch, second-hand watch, and tennis shoes. Upon completion of the Patient Care Technician Program the student will be eligible to sit for the Patient Care Technician exam through the National Center for Competency Testing and/or AMCA, the exam costs are covered with tuition. Student responsibilities include a full immunization record including the COVID-19 vaccine, Tuberculosis testing, criminal background check, drug screening, and high school diploma or GED. Light Blue (Ceil) Scrubs can be purchased at the MCC bookstore along with the Patient Care Tech patch.
$449.00
PCT Bridge Course
Mar 27 - Apr 17
MTWTH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Building: CSC, Room: E160
NUPC_1020_02 - Ratliff, Beth
There are currently 10 out of 10 spots remaining

This Bridge course is for Certified Nurse Aides who would like to obtain their Certification in Patient Care Technician. Patient Care Technicians provide direct patient care and assist doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals with performing day-to-day care. Patient Care Technicians care for patients by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs), obtaining patient vital signs, communicating with the healthcare team and patients, complying with confidentiality requirements, performing EKG/ECG's, and phlebotomy procedures. Patient Care Technicians play a vital role as a member of the healthcare team and are often the ones with the most direct contact with patients. The clinical portion of the program requires a light blue (ceil) color scrub set, Patient Care Tech patch, second-hand watch, and tennis shoes. Upon completion of the Patient Care Technician Program the student will be eligible to sit for the Patient Care Technician exam through the National Center for Competency Testing and/or AMCA, the exam costs are covered with tuition. Student responsibilities include a full immunization record including the COVID-19 vaccine, Tuberculosis testing, criminal background check, drug screening, and high school diploma or GED. Light Blue (Ceil) Scrubs can be purchased at the MCC bookstore along with the Patient Care Tech patch.
$449.00
PCT Bridge Clinical
Jan 30 - Feb 20
MTWTH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Building: CSC, Room: E160
NUPC_1060_01 - Ratliff, Beth
There are currently 10 out of 10 spots remaining

This Bridge course is for Certified Nurse Aides who would like to obtain their Certification in Patient Care Technician. Patient Care Technicians provide direct patient care and assist doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals with performing day-to-day care. Patient Care Technicians care for patients by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs), obtaining patient vital signs, communicating with the healthcare team and patients, complying with confidentiality requirements, performing EKG/ECG's, and phlebotomy procedures. Patient Care Technicians play a vital role as a member of the healthcare team and are often the ones with the most direct contact with patients. The clinical portion of the program requires a light blue (ceil) color scrub set, Patient Care Tech patch, second-hand watch, and tennis shoes. Upon completion of the Patient Care Technician Program the student will be eligible to sit for the Patient Care Technician exam through the National Center for Competency Testing and/or AMCA, the exam costs are covered with tuition. Student responsibilities include a full immunization record including the COVID-19 vaccine, Tuberculosis testing, criminal background check, drug screening, and high school diploma or GED. Light Blue (Ceil) Scrubs can be purchased at the MCC bookstore along with the Patient Care Tech patch.
$400.00
PCT Bridge Clinical
Mar 27 - Apr 17
MTWTH8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Building: CSC, Room: E160
NUPC_1060_02 - Ratliff, Beth
There are currently 10 out of 10 spots remaining

This Bridge course is for Certified Nurse Aides who would like to obtain their Certification in Patient Care Technician. Patient Care Technicians provide direct patient care and assist doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals with performing day-to-day care. Patient Care Technicians care for patients by assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs), obtaining patient vital signs, communicating with the healthcare team and patients, complying with confidentiality requirements, performing EKG/ECG's, and phlebotomy procedures. Patient Care Technicians play a vital role as a member of the healthcare team and are often the ones with the most direct contact with patients. The clinical portion of the program requires a light blue (ceil) color scrub set, Patient Care Tech patch, second-hand watch, and tennis shoes. Upon completion of the Patient Care Technician Program the student will be eligible to sit for the Patient Care Technician exam through the National Center for Competency Testing and/or AMCA, the exam costs are covered with tuition. Student responsibilities include a full immunization record including the COVID-19 vaccine, Tuberculosis testing, criminal background check, drug screening, and high school diploma or GED. Light Blue (Ceil) Scrubs can be purchased at the MCC bookstore along with the Patient Care Tech patch.
$400.00
Medication Aide Training
Feb 07 - May 04
MTTH5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Building: CSC, Room: E161
NURA_1013_01 - Wilson, Molly
There are currently 15 out of 15 spots remaining

Students can learn to accurately and safely administer medications to health care facility residents. Following successful course completion and the required written state testing, graduates are listed on a central roster with the State of Texas Regulatory Services as a Certified Medication Aide (CMA). Strict admission criteria include the ability to read, write, and speak English. Students must be 18 years of age or older and free of communicable diseases. A full immunization record and a recent Tuberculosis screening must be presented at registration. Students must provide an original copy or notarized photocopy of a high school diploma or GED. All program trainees also must be currently employed as a registered Texas Certified Nurse Aide in good standing while employed in a licensed long-term care facility or trainees can be a non-licensed provider employed in a long-term care facility with at least 90 days of patient care experience. The 90 days of experience must be within the last year prior to the class. Once students have enrolled, trainees will be required to do a background check through the State of Texas Health and Human Services Commission and will be asked to complete a state application with a $25 money order application fee to apply for state testing and certification.
$789.00