Patient Care Technician Combo
Learn the skills needed to work as a
Patient Care Technician and successfully
pass your National Exam
Total Length - 8 weeks
CNA Module - 2 weeks
Phlebotomy Technician - 4 weeks
EKG Technician - 2 weeks
Experienced Registered Nurses (RN)
"Train the Trainer" Certified
Licensed by the State of Michigan
Tuition - $1,575.00
Tuition includes three (3) class modules, textbooks, theory, lab, clinical rotation, and job placement assistance.
Three (3) Modules
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Available Class Times
CNA Module - Offered Day & Evening
Phlebotomy Technician - Evening Only
EKG Technician - Evening Only
Complete at Your Pace
Design your schedule
Take time off and return
Payment Plan Available
Deposit - $300 to Start Each Module
Various plans available for balance
Our Patient Care Technician combo course is offered in three modules: Nursing assistant training (2 weeks), Phlebotomy (4 weeks), and EKG (2 weeks). Students can choose to take these classes one after another or take breaks between courses.
After successful completion of the Nursing Assistant module, the student will be eligible to sit for the State of Michigan Nurse Aide Certification Exam.
Students will be fully prepared and eligible to sit for the National Certification Exam for Patient Care Technician after successful completion of the remaining modules (Phlebotomy and EKG). NCCT, the certification agency, charges a fee of $90.00 to sit for the exam. NCCT offers the certification exam in the lower level of the building.
The tuition and fees paid by the applicant shall be refunded if the applicant is rejected by the school before enrollment. An application fee of $25.00 may be retained by the school if the application is denied. All tuition and fees paid by the applicant shall be refunded if requested in person within three (3) business days after signing a contract with the school. (All refunds shall be returned in the form of a check within thirty (30) days.)
Criminal Background Check
Health Care Solutions and Career Group willingly participates with Public Acts 26, 27, 28, 29, & 30 of the Public Acts of 2006. If you have a criminal history, please check with your local police department to see if your criminal background would prevent you from being employed in the medical field.
According to the Medical Assistance Program Bulletin 5370-90-03 and The Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987, and in regard to Section 4801 (a)(5)(D) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990: A Certified Nursing Assistant who pays for their own education in a State approved CNA program, who goes to work in a Long Term Care Facility or Nursing Home that accepts Medicaid patients, must reimbursed on a prorata basis, for their education up to $550.00, within one year of graduation from a state approved program." This does not include Assisted Living, Hospitals, Agencies and Home Health Care companies. Facilities that are on "Lock-out" must still reimburse students for their education. Copies of the law are available by calling the State of Michigan.