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What is a PCT? PATIENT CARE TECHNICIANS are allied health professionals who provide direct patient care obtaining vial signs, communicating with family, assisting with activities of daily living, complying with confidentiality requirements, and performing EKGs and phlebotomy tasks. How do I become a PCT? You need to... - Have a high school/state diploma - Be at least 18 years old - Hold a current/valid CNA certification - Successfully complete EKG and Phlebotomy - Successfully pass the NCCT certifying exam How do I become "certified"? Our program is accredited by the National Center for Competency Testing. After completing the required courses you may take an NCCT exam to become certified. Exams are scheduled on campus for our students' convenience. What courses do I take, and in what order? We recommend that students take the required courses in the following order: • EKG Technician • Phlebotomy Technician




Class ID: 3623

Tuition: $399.00

Schedule : ; ; Class Skip Dates :Self-Paced

Instructor : TBD Instructor 

Location : Denville, MCVSD Location : 
  Denville, MCVSD.

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