PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN
Técnico en Atención al Paciente
PCT's play an essential function as members of the healthcare team. The patient care technician program is designed to educate and train individuals to function as nursing support personnel. By virtue of their training, they are placed above the level of certified nursing assistants but below vocational nurses' level. While nursing assistants work primarily in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, patient care technicians also work in hospital settings. They are trained to support the nursing team by performing duties that may be safely and legally delegated to them by the nursing staff.
Learn more about our patient care technician training in Dallas, TX, by getting in touch with our team.
The tuition of $1,800 includes uniforms and books.
A $200 deposit will be required at registration and the remaining balance can be made in payments up until graduation.
The patient care technician (PCT) is a three-month program and consists of the Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy Technician, and EKG courses. After completing all of the courses, the student will be able to sit for the PCT examination for certification. In addition to the PCT exam, students can also sit for their CNA and Phlebotomy exam; however, these are optional. Remember, the exam fees are separate from the total tuition and are not paid to the school.
Class Start Dates:
Please contact 214-638-5409 for current information and start dates.
Morning Classes: 9 AM to 1 PM
Evening Classes: 5 PM to 9 PM
- Course Requirements:
To be accepted, applicants for the Patient Care Technician Training Program must:
provide proof of completion of 8th Grade (GED, transcript, diploma,
home-schooling affidavit or other official documentation indicating
completion of 8th grade or 8th-grade equivalent)
• provide proof of being at least 16 years of age (drivers license)
• not be listed as unemployable on the Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR) and
• not have been convicted of a criminal offense listed in the Texas Health and Safety Code §250.00
For program registration forms, please email or contact our school at 214-638-5409.