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Allied Health Program Do you see yourself working with patients and providing support to other health-care professionals?

Around 60% of the health-care workforce in the US is comprised of allied health-care professionals, including physical therapists, medical assistants, pharmacy technicians, radiographers, and many more. 

Our allied health assistance programs are specifically designed for students who are looking for different careers in health-care. Our courses emphasize skills that students need to make a positive impact in your chosen allied health role. With our allied health assistant training programs, you can avail the chance to work in a wide array of fields such as jobs alongside occupational therapists, physiotherapists, dentists, podiatrists, and many other health-care experts. 

You can choose from a range of allied health courses to pursue your career in the allied health-care field. 

Home Health Aide (HHA)

We also offer Home Health Aide programs for our students. HHA refers to the provision of personal as well as home care services to people who need assistance in their daily living activities at their private homes.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it is estimated that the HHA field is likely to grow by 40% by the year 2026. This rate of growth is way faster as opposed to other health-care occupations. 

Therefore, we are aimed at providing Home Health Aide training is needed for students who are willing to pursue their career in the HHA field. Our experienced and dedicated staffs help students acquire the necessary skills to perform HHA duties properly. Our specialized HHA training will help the student learn about client requirements in their actual setting. 

Moreover, our training program is aligned with the federal requirements for HHA training that allows students to get supervised practical experience in their chosen home health-care field. 

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) 

We also offer Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) training to health science students. CNAs are health-care professionals that provide hands-on health-care to patients under the supervision of RN (Registered Nurse) as well as LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse). 

You can enroll in our state-sanctioned CNA training program, where our tutors will prepare you to pass a state certification exam. Our CNA training program helps students perform all the required tasks by a certified nurse assistant in the clinical field. 

We prepare students to perform medical assisting duties under the supervision of a practitioner/physician. CNAs require medical assistance in various tasks such as taking patient's vital signs, giving injections, taking x-rays, preparing examination rooms, helping in minor surgical procedures, and laboratory services. 

NCLEX Exam Preparation

Amid our nursing programs, we offer NCLEX preparation courses. Our dedicated and professional nurse experts prepare students to pass the high-stakes NCLEX test. In the US, all nurse students must pass this test to get a nursing license of a registered nurse. 

Our expert tutors will help boost your confidence and guide you about the content of the exam and how you should deliver it. We deploy innovative teaching techniques that reinforce students' learning. In all classrooms, you will experience a student-centered, unique teaching style to meet all students' specific learning needs. 

By taking our intensive NCLEX preparation course, you will receive one-on-one support from our nurse expert who will teach you how to pass this competitive exam.

Phlebotomy Technician

A phlebotomy is the process of making a puncture in a vein usually in the arm, with a cannula, for the purpose of drawing blood. The procedure itself is known as a venipuncture. A person who performs a phlebotomy is called a phlebotomist, although most doctors, nurses, and other technicians can also carry out a phlebotomy. It is different from a phlebectomy.

Phlebotomies that are carried out in the treatment of some blood disorders are known as therapeutic phlebotomies.

EKG Technician

This course includes important practice and background information on the anatomy and physiology of the heart, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, electrocardiography, and stress testing. Additionally, you will practice with EKG equipment and perform hands-on labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine and other clinical practices. After the successful completion of this program, you will be prepared to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) EKG Technician Certification (CET) exam.

This course is delivered in three formats: self-paced online, on-campus, or as a hybrid course that combines online lectures and hands-on labs. Students enrolled in the hybrid course will have the opportunity to participate in optional online lectures with an instructor in real-time.

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