Tech Programs

Classes begin monthly. Please call for dates.

Certified Nursing Assistant

Duration*
5wk M - Th 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
7wk M - Wed 5:00 AM - 9:15 PM

Nursing aides, sometimes called nursing attendants or nursing assistants, provide basic care and help with basic living activities. They typically do the following:

  • Clean and bathe patients or residents
  • Help patients use the toilet and dress
  • Turn, reposition, and transfer patients between beds and wheelchairs
  • Listen to and record patients’ health concerns and report that information to nurses
  • Measure patients’ vital signs, such as blood pressure and temperature
  • Serve meals and help patients eat
  • Some nursing aides and attendants may also dispense medication, depending on their training level and the state in which they work. (CNA’s are not allowed to pass out medication in the state of GA.)

In nursing homes, aides and attendants are often the principal caregivers. They have more contact with residents than other members of the staff. Because some residents stay in a nursing home for months or years, aides and attendants may develop close, caring relationships with their patients.

Includes

What’s Included?

  • Student liability insurance
  • Stethescope
  • CNA handbook
  • Background check
  • Drug test
  • Physical examination

What’s Not Included

  • State exam fee
  • TB skin test
  • Uniform

Jobs

Where Can You Work?

  • Clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Hospices
  • Urgent care centers
  • Home health agencies

What Jobs You Can Do?

  • Patient care tech
  • Personal care assistant
  • Home health aid
  • And many more!

Please note that all MTI programs require either a High School Diploma or GED with no exceptions.

Medical Assistant

What is a Medical Assistant?

Duration*
M - Wed 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Medical assistants work alongside physicians, mainly in outpatient or ambulatory care facilities, such as medical offices and clinics.

In Demand  |  Medical assisting is one of the nation’s fastest-growing careers, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, attributing job growth to the following:

  • Predicted surge in the number of physicians’ offices and outpatient care facilities
  • Technological advancements
  • Growing number of elderly Americans who need medical treatment

Job Responsibilities  |  Medical assistants are cross-trained to perform administrative and clinical duties.

Here is a quick overview (duties vary from office to office depending on location, size, specialty, and state law):

Administrative Duties (may include, but not limited to):

  • Using computer applications
  • Answering telephones
  • Greeting patients
  • Updating and filing patient medical records
  • Coding and filling out insurance forms
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Arranging for hospital admissions and laboratory services
  • Handling correspondence, billing, and bookkeeping

Clinical Duties (may include, but not limited to):

  • Taking medical histories
  • Explaining treatment procedures to patients
  • Preparing patients for examination
  • Assisting the physician during exams
  • Collecting and preparing laboratory specimens
  • Performing basic laboratory tests
  • Instructing patients about medication and special diets
  • Preparing and administering medications as directed by a physician
  • Authorizing prescription refills as directed
  • Drawing blood
  • Taking electrocardiograms
  • Removing sutures and changing dressings

Monday – Thursday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Total Class, Lab, and Clinical time will be 36 hours

Students wishing to attend this program must meet these requirements to become eligible.
Prerequisite for the MA program:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • CPR with American Heart Assoc.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Phlebotomy
  • EKG/ECG
  • Advance Nursing Skills

Other requirements:

  • Uniform ( same as Healthcare Tech )
  • No drug screen unless over 30 days
  • No background check unless over 6 months
  • Insurance
  • TB skin test if more than 6 months
  • Flu Vac in season

The cost of the National Health career (CCMA) exam is $149.00, not included with tuition.

Tuition Payment Schedule: All programs require a deposit of $300.00 and is required at the time of registration. You may make payments while attending class in the form of credit/debit card, money order, or cash. A weekly payment must be paid! The amount is up to you. All fees must be paid in full by 5:00 pm on the last business day before clinical rotation. Failure to do so results in postponing clinical and hold on diploma/certification. Students may pay in full at the time of enrollment.

Thank You,

C.N.A. Nursing School Staff

Phlebotomy Tech

Phlebotomy Technician

Duration*
M - Wed 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
T - Wed 5:00 PM - 9:15 PM

A Phlebotomist draws blood from patients for analysis or transfusion. The most common method of blood collection is called venipuncture. Phlebotomists do not analyze the samples nor administer injections or medications. Following blood collection, phlebotomists must clearly label and document the specimens. Blood collection and record-keeping are the primary responsibilities of a phlebotomist, but their duties are not limited to these activities.

The Phlebotomy Technician course prepares the student to be an effective member of the health care team. This program includes patient care techniques, universal precautions, communication skills, and other skills needed to provide quality patient care. Students are trained to perform venipuncture and to collect blood samples for accurate blood reliable test results. Students will be in direct contact with patients in hospitals, doctor's office, laboratories, clinics, blood centers, and nursing homes. Students will learn principles of blood collection and order of draw, charting, along with anatomy & physiology as it relates to patient conditions and disease. Students will also learn infection control and safety standards set forth by the medical community and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

$875 Tuition

What’s Included?

What’s Not Included

  • Drug check
  • TB/PPD test
  • Background
  • Student insurance
  • Uniform

Jobs

Where Can You Work?

  • Doctors offices
  • Hospitals
  • Laboratories
  • Nursing homes
  • Home health agencies
  • Emergency facilities

Who Will You Work with?

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Youth
  • Elderly
  • Infants

Job Outlook

Career Outlook

EKG/ECG Tech

ECG/EKG Technician

Duration*
M - Wed 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
T - Wed 5:00 PM - 9:15 PM

The EKG/ECG (Electrocardiogram) course prepares the student to perform and interpret basic EKG readings. Students will learn to measure the electrical activity of arterial and ventricular cells as specific waveforms and complexes. Students will be able to perform Electrocardiograph tracings of the heart in an effort to assist with the diagnosis of patients with heart disease. Students learn the fundamental principles of Physiology and EKG/ECG testing and interpretation.

Upon Successful Completion

Students will qualify and be prepared for entry-level positions. The student will have an accurate understanding of HIPAA laws, medical terminology, nursing procedures, infection control, medical documentation, and career development.

This course prepares the student to be an effective member of the health care team and includes patient care techniques, universal precautions, and communication skills. It concludes with an externship in a medical facility.

Competency Evaluation

The student may sit for the National Health Career Association Exam upon completion of the program.

$850 Tuition

What’s Included?

What’s Not Included

  • Drug check
  • TB/PPD test
  • Background
  • Student insurance
  • Uniform

Jobs

Where Can You Work?

Who Will You Work with?

  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Youth and elderly
  • Infants

Job Outlook

Career Outlook

Health Care Tech

Health Care Technician

Duration*
M - Wed 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
T - Wed 5:00 PM - 9:15 PM

The Health Care Technician (HCT)/Patient Care Technician (PCT) program will offer more advanced medical and clinical skills. Students are trained to perform venipuncture, EKG’s, Foley catheterization, wound care, tracheotomy care, along with documentation and observation of patient condition and other advanced nursing skills.

Upon Successful Completion

Students will qualify and be prepared for entry-level positions in hospitals, home health agencies, nursing homes, and other related medical healthcare facilities. Students will have an accurate understanding of HIPPA laws, medical terminology, nursing procedures, infection control, medical documentation, and career development.

The course prepares students to be effective members of the health care team by teaching skills in patient care techniques, universal precautions, and communication. It also includes the Phlebotomy, EKC/ECG Tech, and Special Nursing Procedures. It concludes with an externship in a medical facility.

Competency Evaluation

Students may sit for the National Healthcareer Association Exam upon completion of the program.

$2225 Tuition

What’s Included?

  • Tuition
  • Physical exam
  • Phlebotomy, EKG
  • Special nursing procedures
  • Clinical assignment
  • 20% uniform discount

What’s Not Included

  • Background check
  • Drug test
  • TB/PPD test
  • Admission fee
  • Student insurance
  • Uniforms

Jobs

Where Can You Work?

  • Clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Hospices
  • Urgent care centers

What Jobs You Can Do?

  • Medical assistant
  • Patient care tech
  • Personal care assistant
  • Home health aid
  • And many more!

Career Outlook

Career Outlook

Advance Nursing Skills

Advance Nursing Skills

Duration*
M - Wed 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
T - Wed 5:00 PM - 9:15 PM

Please contact us for more information about this program.

First Aide/CPR/AED

First Aide/CPR Training

Duration*
F 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

After only seconds of a person being unable to breathe, irreversible brain damage begins, gradually progressing, and unless someone acts, life could end. It doesn’t take a Doctor to step up to the plate; anyone can help if they know what to do.

There are many benefits to knowing CPR and First Aid. As far as careers go, there will always be a job available, either teaching classes for CPR and First Aid or in public services, such as a paramedic.

There are also a whole host of educational programs and job positions that require it for acceptance, including

  • Physician assistant
  • Nursing
  • Patient care technicians
  • Certified nursing assistants
  • Lifeguarding

Our program is accredited by the American Heart Association. The cost is $60
Children ages 5 – 12 Free with paid adult. (Limit of 2 children)
Children under the age of five not allowed
ALL INSTRUCTORS ARE CERTIFIED BY THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION IN BASIC LIFE SUPPORT, FIRST AID, and AED
2 YEAR CERTIFICATION IS ISSUED WHEN COMPLETED
CLASSES FORMING NOW!
Students and Grandparents Welcome
Approximately 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

*Program duration is subject to change
**Clinical times vary day and night