A Patient Care Technician Career Is Within Reach When You Choose SLCHC
A patient care technician career is a rewarding path in a growing healthcare field, and Saint Louis College of Health Careers can help you achieve your personal and professional goal.
A patient care technician career will enable you to make a difference in the lives of people by directly providing for their medical needs, and you will be a vital part of the healthcare team in a hospital, skilled nursing or other medical facility, or in a home as a home health aide.
Preparing for a career as a patient care technician can be a rewarding process too, with SLCHC’s caring faculty and career counselors ready to assist you as you complete your coursework.
This career path requires a number of important healthcare skills which you will learn as you complete your classes at SLCHC:
Upon graduation, students will be eligible to take the examination to become Certified Nurse Assistants in the state of Missouri.
Contact SLCHC today to learn more about how to begin your patient care technician career. Use our online contact form or you can chat live online with someone who can answer your questions. For immediate information, call 866-529-2070 now.
Why Choose SLCHC for Patient Care Technician Training?
SLCHC has more than 30 years of experience in training and placing students in thousands of health-care jobs in the St. Louis area and beyond. Our track record means that employers turn to us when they need to add highly skilled workers.
You can choose to take patient care technician training either at the Metro Main campus adjacent to the Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis, and the county campus at 1297 North Highway Drive, Fenton.
Contact our career counselors at 866-529-2070 to receive more information or to schedule an appointment.
Saint Louis College for Health Careers serves students from the greater Saint Louis area and neighboring East Saint Louis, Swansea, Wildwood, Fenton, Saint Charles, Ballwin, Belleville, Chesterfield, Ellisville, Florissant, Manchester, and O’Fallon, MO.
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