Patient Technician

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Patient Care Technician


How would you like to become a Patient Care Technician in just weeks.
This is a versatile program, which includes Phlebotomy, EKG, CNA and HHA.

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  • On-site National Certification
  • Low tuition. Big impact.
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Program Description

The Patient Care Technician program prepares a graduate to work as a high quality entry-level Patient Care Technician in a clinic, hospital, wound care centers or long-term care facility. Students who successfully complete the Patient Care Technician program will have a strong foundation in patient care procedures, phlebotomy and EKG. Upon successful completion of the Patient Care Technician, students may be eligible to sit for certifications as a Certified Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, EKG technician and as well as Patient Care Technician.

Program Objective

Upon successful completion, the objectives for the Patient Care Technician program are as follows:
Function as members of a health care team to provide basic patient care. Use appropriate medical language to communicate with co-workers and ancillary staff. Perform duties safely and effectively within their scope of practice such as Phlebotomy procedures, EKG-12 leads, Home Healthcare and Orderly services, vital signs and more. Apply problem solving and critical thinking skills within their scope of practice and in coordination with team members to foster good patient outcomes. Understand and practice infection control per CDC, OSHA, and facility guidelines.Use effective written and oral communication and listening skills in interactions with a diverse patient population.

Career Opportunity

The Patient Care Technician program prepares students for employment as a Patient Care Technician or Patient Care Assistant in a long-term care facility such as a Hospital, Nursing home, Assisted Living Facility, Laboratories, Dialysis centers, Doctor’s office and other healthcare settings.

Class schedule

Day classes- Monday to Thursday - 8:00am to 4:00pm (10-12 weeks )
Evening classes- Monday to Thursday from 5:30pm to 9:30pm (17-20 weeks)
Student must enroll at least 2 weeks before class starts.  


SWVT offers an array of payment options, grants and institutional payment plans. Please click here to visit our Financial assistance page and learn how you can get started.


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