Patient Care Technician (PCT) Training Programs
Become a valued member of the nursing team
PCT’s are unlicensed assistants who work under the supervision of nursing or medical staff to provide basic patient care, including recording vital signs, height, weight, input output, collect and test specimens, report and record patients condition and patient treatments. Help patient with nutritional needs - check deliver food trays, assist with feeding the patient if necessary, and refill water and ice. Assist patients with their mobility - turn and positioning, do range of motion exercises, transferring patients to and from wheelchair, assist with ambulation. Patient Care Technicians are multi-skilled individuals who are trained to do much more than basic patient care however, so read on to learn more!
Find Patient Care Technician Training Programs Near You
Explore detailed listings of accredited schools that offer Patient Care Technician Training (or PCT Training programs) to find the Patient Care Technician program that best meets your needs. Get started today by selecting the schools that interest you and fill out the brief information request form to speak directly with Patient Care Technician program advisers.