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Students are taught how to administer basic CPR on infants, children and adults through practical applications using special mannequins per the guidelines of the American Heart Association
CPR for Health Care Providers
Individuals who are currently employed or are seeking employment in the health care industry must complete a CPR for the Health Care Provider course. This American Heart Association course fulfills the CPR course requirement.
Nurse Aide Level I
Students are taught the proper techniques for providing personal care and basic nursing skills in the health care setting as a Nurse Aide I. Students are eligible for listing on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry upon their successful completion of the course and competency evaluation. www.ncnar.org
Nurse Aide Level I Refresher
Students whose listing on the North Carolina Nurse Aide I Registry has expired within the past 3 years or who is currently certified in another state and seeks listing on the N.C. Nurse Aide I Registry are eligible to enroll in this 40 hour course. The course provides a review and update of the proper techniques for providing personal care and basic nursing skills. Upon the successful completion of this refresher course and the state competency evaluation, students are eligible for listing on the NC Nurse Aide I Registry. www.ncnar.org
Nurse Aide Level II
Students are taught to perform more complex skills for patients/residents. Upon completion, students are eligible to apply for listing as a Nurse Aide II by the NC Board of Nursing. Students must be a high school graduate or have a GED®. PRE-REQUISITE: Listed in NC as a Nursing Assistant I. www.ncbon.org
Students are taught how to properly prepare and administer medications to patients in nursing homes. The course is open to students who are currently certified as a Nurse Aide I. Students are eligible for listing on the North Carolina Medication Aide Registry upon their successful completion of the course and competency evaluation. www.ncnar.org
Students are taught how to properly prepare and administer medications in adult care homes such as assisted living facilities, group homes, and home health care agencies. Students are eligible for listing on the North Carolina Adult Care Medication Aide Listing upon their successful completion of the course and competency evaluation. www.ncdhhs.gov/dhsr/acls
Students are taught how to read and interpret basic cardiac rhythm strips. Individuals who are employed in the medical field as well as students who have no medical background may enroll in this course.
Lori Watlington at (336) 694-8057 or e-mail at email@example.com
Online Health Care Training
Medical Transcription (MT)
Piedmont Community College has partnered with Career Step to bring you the best Medical Transcription training available at an affordable price. The Career Step Medical Transcription Training Program
is a complete online course that offers many advantages over traditional text-based or in-class programs. In this course you will not only have the proper equipment and know how to use it, you will receive extensive practical experience, establishing recognized competence in the medical transcription field.
Medical Coding and Billing (MCB)
Medical coding and billing is one of the fastest growing and most secure professions in the country. Through Piedmont Community College, you can enroll in Career Step’s Medical Coding and Billing online
career training program, a course that allows you to study at home, at work, or on the go. Their expert-created curriculum and real-world case studies will help you develop the knowledge and skills you need to meet and exceed requirements for both AHIMA and AAPC certification exams and get a job. You will be well prepared for a rewarding, in-demand career in the growing healthcare documentation industry! We now offer two different Medical Coding and Billing Programs; Outpatient MCB and Inpatient/Outpatient MCB.
For more information or to enroll, please visit www.pccmed.com
, contact Kathleen Kersey at (336) 599-0032 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org