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Clinical Medical Assistant Certificate ProgramSee Details
Clinical Medical Assistants are essential workers in high demand because they offer a healthy mix of clinical and administrative skills under the direction of a physician.
CMA duties include:
Taking medical histories
Recording vital signs
Assisting with the primary physical exam and other specialty exams
Providing patient education
Assisting in the collection and analysis of laboratory specimens
Receiving & processing patients in the office
Maintaining medical records
Billing and coding for insurance purposes.
After graduation, you'll be prepared to take certification tests from the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) for CMA (Certified Medical Assistant) and phlebotomy certifications - both of which improve your skillset as well as your career opportunities.
Nurse - LPN / LVN
Nursing, A.A.S.See Details
It takes a special calling to be a nurse. Nurses are the first line of care and the backbone of day-to-day operations in many healthcare settings, especially in todays society. If you're looking to join this rewarding career field, you can start your journey here with Laurel College of Technology's newest Associates Degree of Nursing 20-month Nursing program.
Hands-on patient skills
Recording patients' histories and symptoms
Operating medical equipment
Proper communication skills with patients
Critical decision-making skills
Learn to work in a team to determine the best care options
The latest in healthcare technologies
The various benefits of being a nurse already have you considering this fulfilling career and our hands-on Associate’s degree in Nursing can help you get there!
To get more information on our new Nursing Program text our Admission Representative at (724) 550-5492!View on provider's website
Phlebotomy Technician Diploma ProgramSee Details
In as little as 15 weeks you can earn your Phlebotomy Technician diploma and be working in the medical field as a phlebotomist. Phlebotomy is often an excellent stepping-stone to other careers in health care such as medical assisting or medical laboratory technician. All of our phlebotomy training classes are comprehensive and emphasizes a “hands-on” method.
Our experienced instructors will guide you as you learn:
Blood drawing techniques
Basic anatomy and physiology
Correct terminology regarding
Vacutainer blood collection
The phlebotomy program consists of 100 hours of classroom instruction and 75 hours of a clinical internship. The program may be completed in as few as 15 weeks, dependent on course scheduling at each campus, pre-clinical requirements being submitted on time, the number of hours per week a student is able to intern, and the scheduling availability of internship sites. Class size is limited to 6-14 students dependent upon the location.
Electrical Technician, A.A.S.See Details
Laurel's Specialized Associate Degree Program will prepare graduates for entry-level positions as residential, commercial and industrial electricians according to state eligibility requirements. The coursework will provide students hands-on experience and training in such subject areas as:
In addition, students also receive instruction in field and shop safety, NEC requirements, commercial and industrial wiring.
Contact Phone Number304-381-4097
200 Wedgewood Drive
Morgantown, WV 26505