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EKG Tech

As a Certified EKG Technician, you’ll operate machines that record the electrical activity of a patient’s heart. EKG rhythms provide important data for the diagnosis of heart conditions. As a CET, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:
•Set up and administer EKGs, stress tests
•Prepare patients for Holter, or ambulatory monitoring
•Edit and deliver final test results to physicians for analysis
•Schedule appointments
•Transcribe physicians' interpretations

Benefits to obtaining an EKG Technician Certification may include: more job opportunities, an increased pay scale, job security, and increased subject matter expertise

 Cost: 1050.00

Starts Feb 11, 2014

April 15, 2014

Posted on 2013 Oct 08 by Katoria
Medical Billing & Coding online

A Certified Billing and Coding Specialist's main focus is on converting a medical procedure, diagnosis, or symptom into specific codes for submitting a claim for reimbursement. As a CBCS, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:
•Accurately locate documentation in the patient record to support coding and billing process
•Accurately assign codes for diagnoses and procedures
•Submit claims for reimbursement based on payer policies and procedures
•Coach providers on the best documentation practices to support quality coding and optimal reimbursement

Benefits to obtaining a Billing and Coding Certification may include: more job opportunities, an increased pay scale, and increased subject matter expertise.   

100% Online   

Cost: 2,000.00 Payment options available

Start Dates: 1/27/14

April 28,2014

Posted on 2013 Oct 02 by Katoria
Child and Baby Sitting Lessons with Basic CPR certification

Have a teenager that you would like to turn into a responsible, trustworthy, skilled child caregiver before spring break and summer break?
HCS and American Safety and Health Institute sponsor Child and Baby Sitting lessons which will train teenagers to safely manage infants and children. This class will include Basic CPR/ First aid certification and a nationally recognized CABS certification, so this is a GREAT VALUE!
We also ASSIST with job placement/ clientele building for our students! Call today to sign up as there is limited seating. This is a great way for your child to learn responsibility and be ready to make some extra spending cash!

Cost: 100.00
Dates: January 11-12,2014 10am-4pm.
CABS and Basic First Aid/ CPR certification! 

Posted on 2013 Oct 02 by Katoria
Certified Medical Administrative Assistant Program

Medical Administrative Assistant Certification (CMAA)
Also referred to as Medical Office Secretary or Medical Office Assistant, the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) will perform routine administrative tasks to help keep the physicians’ offices and clinics running efficiently. As a CMAA, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:
Review and answer practice correspondence
Operate computer systems or other types of technology to accomplish office tasks
Answer calls, schedule appointments, greet patients, and maintain files
Update and maintain patient and other practice-specific information
Coordinate collection and preparation of operating reports such as time and attendance
Benefits to obtaining a Medical Administrative Assistant Certification may include: more job opportunities, an increased pay scale, and increased subject matter expertise.
15 Credits
12 weeks
Nationally Certified Registering now for class starting Monday January 13, 2014! 1,000.00 tuition

Future Class Dates:

February 24, 2014

April 21, 2014

 

 

Posted on 2013 Sep 27 by Katoria
Hospital Patient Care Tech

The Certified Patient Care Technician/Assistant assists doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals in providing direct patient care in a variety of healthcare environments; specifically hospitals and other acute care settings. As a CPCT/A, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:
• Provide basic patient care including bathing, feeding, toileting and ambulating patients
• Acquire and distribute patient care supplies
• Change bed linens and process dirty linens properly
• Perform safety checks to keep patient rooms clean and clutter – free
• Maintain clear paths in hallways clear and return equipment that is no longer in use
• Obtain EKG readings
• Perform phlebotomy procedures
Benefits to obtaining a Patient Care Technician/Assistant Certification may include: more job opportunities, an increased pay scale, job security, and increased subject matter expertise.
CPCT career track differs from other courses offered because it is not on a regular semester schedule. Students may enroll in each of the required courses of study as desired; taking one at a time or several at a time. It is a self-paced online program. Clinical Competency courses require an appointment for skills check off. Flexible scheduling available


• Medical Terminology 125.00
• Introduction to the healthcare field for the PCT 125.00
• Clinical Competencies I & II 200/each
• Basic A&P 200
• Fundamentals of Disease 200.00
• Practicum or Externship 200.00
 

Posted on 2013 Sep 27 by Katoria
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant

The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant is a certified, multi-skilled healthcare practitioner who is competent in both clinical and administrative procedures. As a CCMA you may perform some or all of the following tasks:
• Interview patients
• Measure and record vital signs
• Prepare exam rooms
• Clean and sterilize medical equipment
• Administer injections, as well as topical or oral medications
• Perform venipuncture and point-of-care testing
Benefits to obtaining a Clinical Medical Assistant Certification may include: more job opportunities, an increased pay scale, job security, and increased subject matter expertise.
Theory portion will be provided online. Students will report to the school for practicums, skills check off and national examination
Course Length 6 months
Cost of FIRST CLASS ONLY: 1650.00... 
Registering now for January 19, 2014 Course!

Next class: March 10, 2014 

May 12, 2014
Cost: 3200.00
 

Posted on 2013 Aug 22 by Katoria
Certified Phelbotomy Training

Phlebotomists are required in all health facilities where they assist doctors and nurses with their duties. There are plenty of job options available for phlebotomists, both presently and in the future. Phlebotomists draw blood for examination, the results of which physicians use as an important diagnostic tool.By enrolling in HCS’s Phlebotomy program, the students will be able to secure employment in the following places:

• Nursing Home/Facilities
• Hospitals
• Home Health Agencies
• Adult Day Care
• Assisted Living Homes
• Rehabilitation Homes
• Private Homes

Course Dates: Tues & Thursdays x 6 weeks

January 14, 2014 6:30pm-10:30pm

Februuary 3,2014 8am-12pm

March 4, 2014 6:30pm-10:30pm

March 24,2014 8am-12pm

April 29, 2014 6:30pm-10:30pm

May 20,2014 8am-12pm

Tuition, Books & Equipment: 1050.00

Posted on 2013 Aug 21 by Katoria
6 Hour Medication Aide Peg tube or Gastostomy tube training

6 Hour peg tube inservice for medication aides was recently approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing and Department of Department of Behavioral health. This training will focus on proper administration of medications via peg tube and is a requirement before a medication aide may utilize a Peg or G Tube.                                            

Cost 75.00

Dates:

February 15,2014 10am-4pm

April 19,2014 10am-4pm

Posted on 2013 Aug 06 by Katoria
4 Hour Medication Aide Refresher

This 4 hour course will satisfy the Virginia Board of Nursing Requirements for Registered Medication Aides annual Training. We will discuss infection control procedures, issues related to medication administration and any new laws and regulations as the affect health care workers.                                                 

Cost 40.00

Dates:

February 8,2014 10am-2pm

April 12,2014 10am-2pm

June 14,2014 10am-2pm

Posted on 2013 Aug 06 by Katoria
Train the Trainer for Medication aides/ Direct Care/ Personal Care/ and Certified Nurse Aides

Train the Trainer is required for those RN's/ LPN's/ Pharmacist wishing to teach. These courses will focus on the principles of adult learning,  preparing and presenting lesson plans, and how to establish a program.                                                     Direct Care Aide/ Personal Care AIde train the Trainer will be held on January 29,2014 10am-5pm 250.00

CNA Train the Trainer will be held on January 30,2014 10am-5pm 300.00

Medication Aide Train the Trainer will be held on January 31,2014 10am-5pm 350.00. 

Posted on 2013 Aug 05 by Katoria

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