CNA Program

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DHH and Board of Regents approved program

The course consists of 80 total program hours, which include 40 classroom hours and 40 clinical hours

All classes taught by a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse

We begin with an introduction to healthcare, then emphasize teachings in areas such as infection control, basic nursing skills and safety/emergency 

Clinicals

Take place at a local nursing home in your third week and is supervised by a Licensed Nurse. 

Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

*Times and Dates are subject to change with little or no advanced notice*

Course Requirements

*All students must have valid ID and be at least 17 years of age

*Physical exam, TB skin test, Drug Test (additional fees may apply)

*Criminal background Check (must be cleared of any criminal convictions, additional fees may apply)

 ALL REQUIREMENTS MUST BE TURNED IN PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT 

Tuition

Includes registration fee, liability insurance, book rental, ID badge.

Final Exam additional fee

*NEW*  

Tuition financing available for those who qualify!

Payment Plans are available!

Payment

Payment method: Money Order, Certified Check, Cashiers Check, PayPal Credit/Debit card payment (additonal fee) 

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Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomy

Course Outline

The Phlebotomy Technician program is designed to prepare students to become skilled entry-level technicians who work closely with doctors, nurses, and other allied health professionals. It provides an overall review of the most current phlebotomy practices and procedures. Students will be taught basic entry level courses described below. They will learn competency skills for both capillary and venous laboratory procedures accompanied by comprehensive classroom lecture. The Phlebotomy Technician Course will be presented with two options 8 weeks for the AM class and 10 weeks for the PM Class. Both options will consist of 84 classroom lecture hours, 36 clinical laboratory hours and 40 hours of clinical externship. Course offerings will be based on minimum enrollment requirements. Phlebotomy Medical Assistant in Denham Springs CNA in Denham Springs phlebotomy training

All Classes Taught by a Licensed Nurse and Phlebotomist

This course will prepare the certified phlebotomy technician to work in a clinical laboratory environment and healthcare setting. 

Clinicals

In partnership with local facilities students will complete 40 hours of clinical externship to assist with meeting NHA requirements of 30 Venipuncture and 10 capillary sticks on live individuals. Clinicals will reinforce teachings of laboratory testing and procedures

 *Times and Dates are subject to change with little or no advanced notice* 

Course Admission Requirements

*All students must have valid ID and be at least 17 years of age

*High School diploma or GED or CNA certificate from Woodland Healthcare Training  

*At least 75% on Competency Exam 

*Physical exam, TB skin test, Drug Test (additional fees may apply) 

*Criminal background Check (must be cleared of any criminal convictions, additional fees may apply)

 ALL REQUIREMENTS MUST BE TURNED IN PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT 

Tuition

Includes registration fee, liability insurance, book rental, ID badge, uniform, and initial certification exam and study materials. Retakes are student responsibility 

 *NEW*

Tuition financing available for those who qualify! 

Payment Plans are available!

$3500 

*$500 deposit for private pay and student loan applicants* *student loan apply for $3000*

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Medical Assistant

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Course Outline


The Medical Assistant program prepares students to perform duties under direction of a physician/practitioner, including preparing examination rooms, taking vital signs, assisting in minor surgical procedures, giving injections, performing venipuncture, assisting in laboratory operations, performing urinalysis along with various other laboratory tests, assisting in radiological procedures and administering electrocardiograms. It provides an overall review of the most current phlebotomy practices and procedures. Students will be taught basic entry level courses described below. They will learn competency skills for both capillary and venous laboratory procedures accompanied by comprehensive classroom lecture. Medical assistants also learn to function in an administrative capacity, including patient communications, maintaining patient records, billing, scheduling appointments, ordering supplies and processing insurance claims. The Medical Assistant course will be presented with two options: 28 week AM class and 39 week PM Class. Course offerings will be based on minimum enrollment requirements. 

All Classes Taught by Registered and Licensed Nurses

This course will prepare the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant to work in various healthcare settings.

Clinicals

In partnership with local facilities students will complete 120 clinical externship hours in preparation for certification through NHA. 

 *Times and Dates are subject to change with little or no advanced notice* 

Course Admission Requirements

*All students must have valid ID and be at least 17 years of age
*High School diploma or GED or CNA certificate from Woodland Healthcare Training  

*At least 75% on Competency Exam

*Physical exam, TB skin test, Drug Test (additional fees may apply)

*Criminal background check (must be cleared of any criminal convictions, additional fees may apply)
ALL REQUIREMENTS MUST BE TURNED IN PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT 

Tuition

Includes registration fee, liability insurance, book rental, ID badge, uniform, and initial certification exam and study materials. Retakes are student responsibility.

*NEW*

Tuitions financing available for those who qualify!

Payment Plans are available!

$5000.00

*$500 deposit for private pay and student loan applicants* *student loan apply for $4500* 

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Advanced Medical Assistant

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Course Outline

For the student interested in Dual Certification. The Advanced Medical Assistant Program combines both the Certified Phlebotomy Technician and Medical Assistant program together. Upon completion of the Phlebotomy program the student will  continue with the Medical Assistant portion of the program. 

All classes taught by Licensed and Registered Nurses

 This course will prepare the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant to work in various healthcare settings. 

Clinicals

 In partnership with local facilities students will complete 160 clinical externship hours in preparation for certification through NHA.  

 *Times and Dates are subject to change with little or no advanced notice* 

Program admission

 

*All students must have valid ID and be at least 17 years of age

*High School diploma or GED or CNA certificate from Woodland Healthcare Training  

*At least 75% on Competency Exam

*Physical exam, TB skin test, Drug Test (additional fees may apply)

*Criminal background check (must be cleared of any criminal convictions, additional fees may apply)

ALL REQUIREMENTS MUST BE TURNED IN PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT

Tuition

 Includes registration fee, liability insurance, book rental, ID badge, uniform, and initial certification exam and study materials. Retakes are student responsibility.

*NEW*

Tuitions financing available for those who qualify!

Payment Plans are available!

$8500.00

*$500 deposit for private pay and student loan applicants* *student loan apply for $8000*