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9 Month* Patient Care Technician Career Training Program

Patient Care Technicians (PCT), provide care to ill and injured individuals under the supervision of doctors, nurses and medical professionals. PCT's often have more direct contact with a patient than any member of a healthcare team.

If you thrive in fast-paced environments, enjoy working with people and are interested in finding a rewarding career that contributes to well-being of others (without spending years in school), training as a patient care technician could be a great opportunity.

Become a Qualified Patient Care Technician

The Patient Care Technician Program from Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology provides the hands-on training, practical experience and industry support it takes to become a skilled medical professional.

At Cambridge, learning is active and led by medical professionals with years of experience working in the field. As a student, you’ll train on industry-current software and get the up-to-date skills employers look for.

Cambridge curriculum offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills that expands the traditional role of the PCT for acute and long-term care facilities, and technically advanced skills, including:

  • Electrocardiography
  • Restorative Care
  • Phlebotomy
  • Home Health Care Protocol
    And More!

At Cambridge you’ll be trained through clinical rotations along with detailed experience in medical facilities. These classes at Cambridge are unsurpassed in terms of personal attention and student preparation.

*9 month program length when completed in normal time.

Career Opportunities

The medical industry is constantly growing and making advancements in the way we treat patients, and careers in the industry are expected to continue to grow steadily for at least the next few years. Patient care technicians can obtain employment in a variety of interesting medical settings including:

  • Hospitals
  • Nursing Homes
  • Long-Term Care Facilities

Ambitious professionals can also further their education and continue their training towards a career as a Licensed Vocational Nurse or a Registered Nurse. Whatever your goal may be, contact Cambridge today to discover how our unparalleled training methods can help you realize your dreams and get you on the fast track to a rewarding career in the healthcare industry.

Get Certified

Get Certified
As a graduate of this program you’ll be fully prepared and eligible for the Certified Patient Care Technician exam through National Healthcareer Association (NHA).

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Convenient Evening Classes
For your convenience, this medical program offers evening classes, so you can complete your training while keeping up with family and job commitments.

Support

Career Support
Experienced Career Services professionals are here to help with resume preparation, interview techniques and job search.

What I like most about Cambridge is that they don’t give up on you! They strategize and find solutions to fit your individual needs.

Monike Jenkins

If you’re interested in learning more about careers as a Patient Care Technician, and exploring whether this is the right career path for you, fill out the form on this page to receive more information.

A helpful Cambridge Admissions Representative would be happy to answer any questions you have, and can help with everything from scheduling to financial aid.

For immediate questions, give us a call at 407-871-6126.

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Accreditations

  • Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools
  • American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
  • Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission
  • Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs

For more information about our graduation rates, median debt of students who completed the program,
and other important information, please visit this link.