Columbiana County Career and Technical Center’s Health Academy Program Earns Students PCT Certification from National Healthcareer Association

CCCTC Health Academy Program announces new certifications offered

The Columbiana County Career and Technical Center Health Academy program has recently certified a group of Patient Care Technicians through the National Healthcareer Association. These students have undergone rigorous training and demonstrated their proficiency in essential healthcare tasks, earning them valuable certification that opens up opportunities for them in the workforce or in furthering their education.

Patient Care Technicians play a crucial role in healthcare by providing direct patient care under the supervision of medical professionals. This includes tasks such as monitoring vital signs, assisting with daily activities, and offering compassionate support to patients and their families. The students who earned certification as Patient Care Technicians are Lexi Kelly, Kyrstin Reckner, Emma Julian, Abbie Passmore, Peyton Swanson, Alee Keyes, Megan Moore, Kamryn Martin, Alissa Frantz, Ariana Gonzalez, Cheyenne Schwartz, and Marah Morris.

Pam Dawson, RN and Health Academy Instructor at Columbiana County Career and Technical Center commended the students on their achievements and highlighted the competitive advantage that this certification gives them in their future endeavors. Whether they choose to enter the workforce or pursue higher education, this certification sets them up for success in the healthcare field.

The impact these students will make in the future is something to look forward to as they have already demonstrated their proficiency in essential healthcare tasks. The Health Academy program at Columbiana County Career and Technical Center continues to prepare students for successful careers in the healthcare industry.

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