Patient Care Technician – Clearwater
UMA gives you personalized attention as you train for a career as a patient care technician. Professionals in this field may work in hospitals, nursing homes and urgent care clinics. Students get the best of both learning formats, accessing academic lectures online, in real time, while still receiving lab training in-person, on campus.
Some skills you’ll learn as a student:
- Operate diagnostic equipment
- Help patients with day-to-day activities
- Collect fluid/tissue samples and perform lab work
Typically, students complete this diploma program in 12 months or this associate degree program in 17 months.1 When you graduate, you’ll be prepared to take the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) exam. And job search assistance service is included in tuition.