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Phlebotomy Technician EKG Technician

 

Phlebotomy Technician (90 hours)

Program Description:
The course will enable the students to acquire knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body and concepts and procedures of blood collection. It includes an overview of the diseases related to each anatomical system. Functional concepts and internal structure are related as a basis for performing a physical examination and live venipuncture. Student is required to have prior knowledge of human anatomy and physiology and medical terminology. Satisfactory academic progress is measured in credit hours. Student must complete three (3) credit hours to graduate.

Electrocardiogram Technician (90 hours)

Program Description:
The course will enable the students to acquire knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body and concepts and procedure of electrocardiography. It includes an overview of the diseases related to the cardiovascular system. Functional concepts and internal structure are related as a basis for performing a physical examination. Student is required to have prior knowledge of human anatomy and physiology and medical terminology. Satisfactory academic progress is measured in credit hours. Student must complete three (3) credit hours to graduate.

Electronic Medical Records (90 hours)

Program Description:
Electronic Medical Records Specialist is a certificate program that provides students with the knowledge and skills used in the modern medical office. The course will also introduce the best practices for transition from a paper based record to an Electronic Health Record.. Students will learn essential skills in electronic patient record management. The program will introduce the basic functions of the Electronic Health Record, its benefit to us as healthcare workers and the benefit to physicians and patients. The program will explore the current Health Information technology standards as well as the rules and regulations that govern the Electronic Health Record Software. Satisfactory academic progress is measured in credit hours. Student must complete three (3) credit hours to graduate.

Clinical Medical Office Specialist (560 hours)

Program Description:
This program thoroughly prepares students for the administrative skills Medical Office Technician need to know. This program integrates all of the basic keyboarding and computer skills and computerized billing and coding. It includes front office topics and skill competencies required for today’s industry standards. This program also covers material dealing with medical office, medical records, management skills, client service skills and responsibilities, client education and legal/ethical issues. The course is built on the clinical theory and develops skills in medical office management. The course also has a career development and job search component built-in to prepare the students for employment. This program is designed primarily to serve TANF/GA eligible participants.


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