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Access Career Medical Training Center

Making a career in the medical field is creating a promising future, and Access Career Center is the place to introduce proper medical training. Our goal is to supply the abilities necessary for our graduates to be placed in high hospitals, medical centers, nursing homes, and pharmacies; and that we attain this goal by basing our expectations on high educational standards.



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Medical Training Long Island Courses Available:

Medical Assistant

Financial Aid Requirements:

·         High School Diploma or GED or a foreign country high school diploma (must be in English or translated into English).

·         Valid Social Security Card

·         Valid Photo ID

·         Proof of income (W2, Current tax returns)

·         Proof of Citizenship ( Green Card, USA Passport, USA Birth Certification)

·         Other documents may be requested if needed.


        For more information about financial aid requirements, feel free to contact the school.


             The Course Includes:

Ø  Anatomy, Physiology & Medical Terminology

Ø  Phlebotomy


Ø  Laboratory Procedures and Techniques

Ø  Medical Billing

Ø  Medical Office Administration

Ø  Microsoft Word

Ø  Typing & Keyboarding



Patient Care Technician (PCT)

The Patient Care Technician course includes EKG & Phlebotomy. To enroll for Patient Care Technician a Nurse Aide/ Assistant certificate is required. Access Career Training Center provides patient care technician courses that comprise of clinical and classroom education to train candidates according to all the major-minor requirement of this profile. These professionals work under the guidance of medical experts and perform various clinical, supportive, clerical and laboratory duties.


Responsibilities and Duties:

·         Perform various patient care practices.

·         Monitors health condition of the patient.

·         Keep a record of the information related to the medical history and treatment information for patients.

·         Take temperature and blood pressure readings and note any changes.

·         Collect blood and urine samples for analysis.

·         Assists patients with eating, dressing, bathing and grooming.

·         Assist patients while performing a variety of exercises and help them position comfortably on their beds.

·         Set up and maintain medical equipment.


Career Prospects:

Specialized patient care technician training prepare candidates to work flexibly in different organizations, which are as follows:

·         Rehabilitation centers

·         Hospitals

·         Urgent care clinics

·         Medical laboratories

·         Nursing homes



Nurse Aide/Assistant (CNA) - CNA Training Long Island

The Nurse Assistant course is about 125 hours. The classroom training is for 100 hours and the internship is for 25 hours. The internship is held at a Nursing Home under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The medical caretaker Assistant course prepares a person for work as a nursing right hand in a human services office. Understudies get study hall and lab guidance just as regulated clinical involvement in a nursing home. The nursing partner is in charge of helping a customer with individual consideration; liquid and nourishment; versatility; and disposal needs. Notwithstanding addressing physical needs, nursing associates likewise assume a significant job in gathering the enthusiastic needs of customers. The Nursing Assistant Program is a chance to learn aptitudes and get ready for a vocation in the medicinal services documented. On the off chance that you want to help individuals, are happy with working intimately with customers while giving individual consideration, are eager to acknowledge designated assignments, and to fill in as an individual from a group, at that point a profession as a nursing colleague might be for you. This field of work additionally fills in as a venturing stone for cutting edge nursing or human services occupations. Business can be found in nursing homes, medical clinics and home wellbeing organizations.



 Pharmacy Technician (PTCB)

Pharmacy is a profession as old as time itself. It is the art and science of dispensing and preparing medications and providing drug-related information to the public. In the latest years, the function of a pharmacy technician has expanded. A pharmacist's roles include starting, adapting or renewing knowledge-based drug orders/prescriptions. Monitoring dosages, using a pharmacy-recommended drug catalog, dispensing non-prescription drugs, registering all medical record entries, requesting tests and laboratory research, and providing advice as needed.



History of Medicine and Pharmacy, Law and Ethics of pharmacy, Basic Anatomy and Physiology, classification of drugs/ pharmacology, basic sciences for pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, psychopharmacology and Complementary Alternative Medicine.



Pharmacy technical calculations, route dosing, prescription processing, OTC drugs / Skincare products, re-pressing and compounding, aseptic technique, pharmacy inventory/billing/ computer. Calculation of pharmacy technicians.


Job Opportunities

Good job opportunities are expected for full-time and part-time work in the future in a pharmacy or a hospital, especially for pharmacy technicians with formal training. Employment of pharmacy technicians is expected to grow.


Medical Billing and Coding

Students will learn the processes for coding and insurance billing and an overview of health insurance. Students learn how to generate, save, collect, edit and retain patient files via computerized billing simulations. In addition, the insurance claim form is submitted, the rejected claims are corrected and re-committed, the insurance claim activity transactions, reports are issued, and electronic claims are registered.


At Access Career, medical billing training is designed to help students get an overview of medical insurances and the associated billing and coding procedure. Students are taught billing techniques with the help of computerized simulations, which shows how to create, edit, retrieve, and save patients' insurance records and files.


Responsibilities of Medical Billing and Coding Specialists

The task and responsibility for processing patient records and information related to their care and medical insurance are assigned to these professionals. While small medical centers can give one single person the job of coding and writing, these are two distinct tasks.


To obtain remittance by insurance companies, the coders are responsible for assigning codes to medical processes. They don't have to deal with clients or healthcare companies and so this job is great for applicants who like to numbers, data analyzed and data processed.


Medical billers are responsible for correctly billing insurance agencies and ensuring medical reimbursements. They interact directly with insurance companies as well as patients.


After Pursuing This Program, Students Will Able To:

Ø  Handle Medical Billing

Ø  Ensure Document Submissions to Insurance Agencies

Ø  Fill Insurance Claim Forms

Ø  Fix Appointments

Ø  Process Bills and Documents

Ø  Explain Medical Insurance to Patients


Candidates are eligible to work in hospitals, medical facilities, nursing homes, dental offices, and other such medical units after completion of the training, where medical coders and billers are always needed.


Medical Office Administration

Students learn to define vital aspects of settings in the medical office. Students learn how to apply guidelines on medical record coding schemes, create and use a word processing document, type information into a computer, recognize different techniques of determining patient charges, and finish a written declaration of billing. Students learn how to use various office equipment such as computers, fax machines, and machine adders, etc. Students learn how to use Microsoft Word and Excel computer programs. Students will learn to create appointments and reminders, enter and store codes for diagnosis, and submit data.


Access Careers provides comprehensive teaching classes in medical office administration to prepare medical and non-medical graduates for organizational and administrative operations in wellness facilities. Medical administrators carry out particular, administrative and specific tasks.


Our Medical Office Administration Training Courses Cover:

Ø  Managing and arranging documents.

Ø  Managing salary processes and ensuring prompt allocation of employee wages.

Ø  Maintaining an efficient means of interaction between employees.

Ø  Answering the telephone and planning sessions.

Ø  Handling important mails, documents and orders of medical supplies.


Course Objectives:

Ø  To prepare candidates as per the latest standards of the health care industry.

Ø  To make candidates expert and proficient in handling different types of administrative jobs.

Ø  Developing leadership qualities in the candidates.

Ø  Candidates will be trained to use office equipment such as fax machines, printers and computers easily.

Ø  The candidates will be taught how to develop effective strategies for managing medical offices.


Our classes in medical office administration will assist learners to gain both technical and organizational understanding in leadership ideas and analytical abilities that will assist them to perfectly fulfill their duties and obligations.


Electrocardiography and Phlebotomy

Students will be prepared to show multiple techniques of phlebotomy in this class, such as avoid technique for venous blood removal, blood removal for glucose level, correct use of a microhematocrit centrifuge, adequate use of a hemoglobin meter, and obtain hemoglobin level and concentration. Students will also discover how to use a glucometer properly to achieve a glucose level. Identify and label the components of the most popular laboratory diagnostic tools, use fundamental abilities in therapy and laboratory processes.


The program is intended to provide extensive teaching instruction to learners. Students will receive an EKG training certification after completion of the program. Candidates are educated in our EKG learning program to conduct electrocardiography on clients overseen by a physician, acquire blood samples and other specimens recommended by certified agencies of health care. They also discover how to mark samples gathered in tubes with appropriate customer data such as title, place of birth, a moment of compilation, etc. We promote our learners to qualify for NHA National qualification tests to obtain skilled competence in education (although this is optional)


Our EKG Training Program Covers:

Ø  Electrocardiography

Ø  Basic Electrophysiology

Ø  Physiology and Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System

Ø  Sinus, Atrial and Junctional Rhythm

Ø  Analyzing Pacemaker Functions and Rhythm

Ø  How to Perform an ECG

Ø  AV and ventricular Rhythm and AV Blocks


Phlebotomy Training Program Covers:

Ø  Basics, physiology and anatomy of phlebotomy.

Ø  The procedure of blood collection and the right way of handling equipment.

Ø  Safety of specimen handling.

Ø  Venous blood withdrawal method.

Ø  Usage of the microhematocrit centrifuge, hemoglobinometer for obtaining haemoglobin level.

Ø  Using glucometer for analysing glucose level.

Ø  Basic phlebotomy skills.

Ø  Competence checklist.

Legal and professional issues of phlebotomy.

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