Multiskilled Health Technician
Credits Required: 18 (2017-2018 Academic Year)
With our Multiskilled Health Technician certificate program, in just 12 months, you will develop the skills you need to work as a nurse aide, phlebotomist, or an EKG technician. Choose a specific training course or master the entire curriculum to become a well-rounded healthcare professional.
Students who successfully complete the nurse aide course are eligible to sit for the PA registry exam for nurse aides. Likewise, students who successfully complete the courses Introduction to the Medical Laboratory and Clinical Phlebotomy are eligible to sit for the ASCP National Registry exam for phlebotomists.
Upon successful completion of the Multi-skilled Health Technician Program, graduates are prepared to seek employment in hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, public health agencies, sub-acute care facilities, and long-term care facilities.
- High school transcript or GED certificate
- Criminal History/Child Abuse Record clearances
- Physical exam report with titers, immunizations, 2-step tuberculin screening test, and functional abilities
Advanced Standing for Multi-skilled Health Technician Program
Evidence of enrollment on the PA nurse aide registry or registration in phlebotomy is required for the student to be eligible for advanced standing. Advanced standing will be granted after the student successfully completes 12 credits in the Multi-skilled Health Technician curriculum.
Accrediting Agency for the Phlebotomy Program:
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
5600 N. River Road, Suite 720
Rosemont, IL 60018
Choose a specific training track or master all three.