Our programs focus on exposing our students to a broad spectrum of clinical scenarios in order to elicit a good understanding of patient care. Our students are trained in both simulated and live-patient settings to achieve clinical competency based on our standards of excellence. Most importantly, the coursework includes theoretical concepts crucial to understanding the important details of patient care. As a result, our trainees become skilled, qualified allied health professionals in order to be independent in their future responsibilities in the healthcare industry.
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PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: To prepare the student to enter the workforce at an entry level and work with patients in a home setting. The graduate would work in a patient’s home under the direct supervision of an RN licensed in Florida. The graduate may work for an agency as a private contractor or as an employee at an independent living facility.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The program includes, but is not limited to: legal and ethical standards, communication skills needed for patient contract and reporting to the supervising RN, basic human needs; methods of development, nutritional needs of the patient, emergency care, personal care needs of the patient, household management, recordkeeping, and employment skills.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: Upon successful completion of this program, the student is prepared to sit for the Nursing Assistant Certification Exam and for employment as a certified nursing assistant (CNA). The program is designed to prepare a graduate to work in a nursing home, hospital, or other healthcare facilities under the direction of an RN that is licensed in Florida.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The program includes, but is not limited to: nursing skills in a clinical and/or simulated laboratory setting under the supervision of a qualified RN instructor. Clinical and simulated laboratory learning is correlated with didactic instruction.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: To prepare a student for employment as a phlebotomist. The program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in any of the occupations in the medical field. The program is designed to offer a broad range of knowledge and skills that expand the traditional role of the phlebotomist. The program provides the education, skills, and clinical experience needed to teach the student how to correctly and safety draw blood.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The program includes the study of the circulatory system, drawing blood smears, correct terminology and measurements, and correct protocol in following the doctor’s orders and documentation of records. Students will receive hands-on experience by practicing venipuncture and 15 finger sticks.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: The electrocardiograph (EKG) aide program at FLC Nursing Academy prepares graduate to perform all required basic procedures and have a general understanding of cardiac rhythms and physiology. Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to perform a 12-lead EKG test and basic EKG patient care techniques. Students will be able to identify the anatomic structure and function of body systems in relation to services performed by an EKG aide.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is taught with a combination of lecture as well as practical exercises in the medical laboratory and with real-world experience during the externship portion of training conducted off-campus at medical facilities.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE: The patient care technician program at FLC Nursing Academy prepares a graduate to work as an entry-level patient care technician in a clinic, hospital, nursing home, or long-term care facility; you will work closely with doctors and other medical professionals in administering therapeutic programs and monitoring the condition of your patients.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is taught with a combination of lecture as well as practical exercises in the medical laboratory and with real-world experience during the 100-hour externship portion of training conducted off-campus at medical facilities.