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You can find the high-quality and affordable healthcare training programs you need to further your career at the New York Institute Of Health Careers, LLC.
Classes at New York Institute of Health Careers, LLC typically consist of 15 to 20 students. In your classes, you’ll be able to speak directly with your instructor.
Your instructor won’t have to deal with hundreds of students and can focus their attention on your individual needs as
Certified Nursing Assistant Program
A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides basic patient care under the direction of a nursing staff. They perform duties, such as feeding, bathing, dressing, grooming, move patients, and changing linens. Certified Nursing Assistants must be licensed by the New York State Department of Health.
Home Health Aide Program
Home health aides help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired and older adults, who may need assistance, live in their own homes or in residential facilities instead of in health facilities or institutions.
They also assist people in hospices and day programs and help individuals with disabilities go to work and remain engaged in their communities. Most aides work with elderly or physically or mentally disabled clients who need more care than family or friends can provide. Others help discharge hospital patients who have relatively short-term needs.
Aides provide light housekeeping and homemaking tasks such as laundry, change bed linens, shop for food, plan and prepare meals. Aides also may help clients get out of bed, bathe, dress, and groom. Some accompany clients to doctors' appointments or on other errands.
Home health aides provide instruction and psychological support to their clients. They may advise families and patients on nutrition, cleanliness, and household tasks.
Phlebotomy Technician Program
Phlebotomists collect and prepare blood and other specimen for laboratory testing. Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood for laboratory testing or transfusion. Phlebotomists may also be responsible for collecting urine samples in order to check for occult blood in the specimen. They maintain collection areas and equipment, and perform record keeping duties.
Electrocardiogram (EKG / ECG) Technician Program
An electrocardiogram technician (also known as cardiographic technician, ECG tech or EKG tech) is a member of the health care team whose primary duty is the performance of electrocardiograms on patients. An electrocardiogram (often abbreviated EKG or ECG) measures the electrical activity of the heart and can be used to diagnose a range of heart diseases.
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