Patient Care Technician Program

Train to Become a Patient Care Technician!

In today’s United States health care delivery approach of disease state prevention and reducing adverse events for patients, a variety of skills are needed to achieve better outcomes and have a competitive edge in the job market. Patient Care Technicians are involved with a variety of tasks from primary patient care, conducting blood draws, catheterizations, wound care, and the removal of sutures and staples. They can also administer electrocardiography (ECGs), take vital signs, perform emergency room procedures, and operate dialysis equipment. The PCT program is ideal for those who have a passion for working with patients, nurses, doctors, and patients’ families.

The course meets the requirements of several national boards, where upon completion of the program, students can register for the national certification exams.

*During the unpredictable and unprecedented time of a global pandemic, certain services may be altered or no longer available during the course offerings. Externships that require students to work at medical sites can be  delayed and would convert to home kits with instructor or practitioner verification. Courses requiring on-site lab skills.

** Externships are subject to  approval via an externship application keeping in consideration students’ geographical location and site availability.

Train to Become a Veterinary Assistant!

If you love working with animals, take the first step towards a new career in the veterinary field with MK Education’s Veterinary Assistant Program. To register, please contact Irina Cline by phone at (708) 656-8000, Ext. 2383 or e-mail.
Morton College offers a payment plan option for those who qualify. For more information, please contact Irina Cline via phone at (708) 656-8000, Ext. 2383 or e-mail.

Fall 2020 Course Dates​

Class is not offered in Spring 20201 but will resume in the future.