Graduation applications for students completing their programs this spring are due May 1, 2017. Fill out the application online or print it and turn it in to the Enrollment Services Office, Building 17: www.cptc.edu/graduation
Students will demonstrate correct and appropriate communication in the medical industry. Operate the nursing unit communication system.
Maintain the patients' charts, maintain the nursing unit supplies. Perform the task for patient admission, transfer, discharge, and preoperative and postoperative procedures.
Students will practice and demonstrate the technical proficiency skills to function as an entry-level member of a health care team.
Students will practice and demonstrate within the professional framework of the Health Unit Coordinating.
Interacts effectively with the nursing and medical staff, and patients, visitors and other hospital departments. Functions, responsibilities, qualifications, and accountability, reflecting autonomy of practice.
You'll learn how to transcribe physicians’ orders, schedule diagnostic studies and appointments for follow-up care, order and maintain supplies, and maintain clerical and patient records.