Technicians in this fieldwork with the patients who have renal disease, most often those with total kidney failure. Clinical Hemodialysis Technicians are in constant communication and work closely with health care providers to provide patient care. You will use equipment most commonly found at most dialysis care centers....

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As requested by the dentist, tasks may include but are not limited to patient care, patient assessment, x-ray, records retrieval and keeping, file maintenance and appointment scheduling....

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The Electrocardiograph Technologist works in clinical or office settings with doctors or nurse practitioners. They are trained in connecting electrodes to the arms, legs and chests of the patient, and are responsible for testing patients with an electrocardiogram that is used to monitor how the heart performs....

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These health professionals translate how services in hospitals that are rendered to patients are delivered and processed to insurance companies. They also make it possible for health care providers to be paid for services based on the charts in which the medical biller & coder are trained to interpret. Medical...

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Nurse Tech
2 Hours

Nurse technicians use their skills in patient assessment inclusive of vitals and basic patient care to assist doctors and nurses. They are responsible for updating their direct supervisors of any changes that occur after their initial assessment....

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The Nurse Assistant uses their skills to assist patients with basic living activities that they may have difficulty doing, such as putting on their shirt. Inclusive of patient assessment and vitals, the nurse assistant communicates any changes and additionally needed assessments as requested by the doctors or nurses. They...

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Under supervision, the patient care associate works closely with the patient to assist in moving and position the patient in hospital or clinical settings. They may assist in feeding, regular schedule exercise routines, bathing and dressing. Additional duties will be at the request of nurses or doctors....

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The pharmacy technician assists pharmacists in preparation of prescription medication. They may be responsible for answering calls to the pharmacy, taking dictations from doctors for medications to be given to the pharmacists for processing, and labeling of medication....

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The phlebotomy technician is a health care professional whose responsibility is to use methods of venipuncture and other techniques to collect blood from patients. Their duties also include labeling of blood specimens for transport or centrifuging for testing.

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The aide to the physical therapist is a health care professional who is the connecting point between the physical therapist and the patient. They keep the lines of communication open and also assist with clerical duties related to the charts and follow up schedules of the patient....

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The physical therapy assistant assists physical therapists and their patients through massage therapy, electro-stimuli muscle therapy, and exercise as needed. They are integral parts of patient recovery....

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The surgical technician plays a vital role in surgeries. They assist in hospital setting and in out patient surgical facilities. They are the health care professionals that prepare surgical equipment to be used by the surgeons, make sure rooms are clear and ready for patient use, and prepare the...

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