Health Care / Medical Assistant Training in Hamilton NJ

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Safe Care Health School, Mercer County:
Located in Hamilton Township NJ, just 5 miles from Trenton, Safe Care Health School is a premier medical and health care school providing training programs in a range of popular subjects, including Phlebotomy Technician, Clinical Medical Assistant, and Home Health Aide (HHA). We offer flexible class schedules, with day classes, night classes, and weekend classes available. Internship programs are available in many of our programs. We will work with you to customize an affordable payment plan.

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Day, evening and weekend classes available.

• Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
Program Duration: 4-6 months / 420 hours. Internship: 100 hours. New session starts every 2 weeks.

Photo of Health Care / Medical Assistant Training in Hamilton NJThis comprehensive and challenging program aims to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need for employment as a Medical Assistant in medical offices, hospitals, or other healthcare facilities.

In this program, you cover several different responsibilities in administrative and clinical work. You also complete an internship program.

Main subjects include: Medical Terminology, Anatomy, Physiology, Accounting/Insurance Processing Record Keeping, and a background in medical law and ethics.

In addition, you learn clinical and diagnostic procedures, basic laboratory techniques, pharmaceutical principles, first aid and more.

Certification:
On successful completion, you are awarded a Certificate of Completion by the school.

We are also an approved testing center for the National Health Career Association (NHA), so you can take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) certification examination here.


• Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT)
Program Duration: 4-6 months / 420 hours. Internship: 100 hours. New session starts every 2 weeks.

Image of Health Care / Medical Assistant Training in Hamilton NJPatient Care Technicians work in hospitals, physician's offices, residential nursing homes, mental health settings, and other healthcare facilities.

In this innovative program, you learn the knowledge and practical skills needed to succeed in this rapidly growing field.

You learn the theoretical aspects of physiology, anatomy, medical terminology, psychological aspect of patient care, infection control, asepsis, and ethics.

The comprehensive curriculum places great emphasis on basic pathological processes, hematology, phlebotomy, and record documentation, as well as complying with safety requirements. 

Certification:
On successful completion, you are awarded a Certificate of Completion by the school.

We are also an approved testing center for the National Health Career Association (NHA), so you can take the Certified Patient Care Technician (CPCT) certification examination here.


• Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA)
Program Duration: 3 weeks / 76 Hours (60 Classroom + 16 Clinical). New session starts every month.

Home health aides (also known as personal care aides) help people who are chronically ill, disabled, or cognitively impaired. In addition, they help older adults who may need assistance.

Designed to provide the entry-level skills you need to obtain employment in the healthcare industry, this program combines classroom work, hands-on clinical practice, lab skills practice, multimedia, and individualized student centered instruction.


The curriculum includes all components necessary (physical therapy, speech, occupational, dietary skills, CPR, etc.) to train you to provide home care to the ill and elderly.

On successful completion, you will meet all requirements necessary to take the New Jersey Board of Nursing approved examination and become a Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA).


• Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
Program Duration: 6-8 weeks / 120 hours. Internship: 100 hours. New session starts every 2 weeks. 

Picture of Health Care / Medical Assistant Training in Hamilton NJDesigned to help you to develop the highly technical skills of intravenous blood withdrawal, this program provides an excellent combination of classroom instruction with hands-on, practical training in our medical labs.

One of our most popular programs, the curriculum covers core skills in medical terminology, anatomy related to phlebotomy, body systems, procedure transportation of specimens, equipment required for veni-puncture, skin puncture and arterial blood draw for blood gases, capillary sticks, preparing lab studies, butterfly techniques and multiple tube drawings, medical law and ethics, and confidentiality of patients records.

There is also an emphasis on the importance for students to learn the proper safety measures that need to be taken, the universal precautions of infection control, privacy and patient's rights.

Certification:

You are awarded a Certificate of Completion from the school after you successfully complete this program.

We are an approved testing center for the National Health Career Association (NHA), so you can take the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPCT) certification examination here.


• Certified EKG Technician (CET)
Program Duration: 6-8 weeks / 120 hours. Internship: 100 hours. New session starts every 2 weeks.  

Images of Safe Care Health School, Mercer CountyThe role of an Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician includes performing electrocardiograms according to physician's orders, and according to established practices and procedures.

One of the most in-demand courses in the market today, you learn through lectures, hand out notes, and practical work experience at your internship location.

Main subjects include: medical terminology, anatomy, physiology of cardiovascular system and circulation of blood through the heart and lungs, EKG machine, EKG graph, cardiac diseases, pharmacology of cardiac diseases, surgical treatment procedures and artifacts, technical performance of EKG, and patient’s rights and safety. 

Certification:
You are awarded a Certificate of Completion from the school after you successfully complete this program.

We are an approved testing center for the National Health Career Association (NHA), so you can take the Certified EKG Technician (CET) certification examination here.


• Combination Program (Certified Phlebotomy Technician & Certified EKG Technician)
Program Duration: 8-12 weeks / 160 hours. New session starts every 2 weeks.

Photos of Safe Care Health School, Mercer CountyThis unique course covers the coursework for both the Phlebotomy and EKG programs. On successful completion, you are eligible to take one or both NHA exams. 

This course emphasizes basic pathological processes, Phlebotomy, Hematology and Record Documentation and complying with safety requirements.

This program includes an externship of 100 hours in a physician’s office, hospitals, or other health care facilities.

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Address: 2333 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd, Hamilton, New Jersey 08619, USA
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