Tucker, GA Campus
At our main campus in Tucker we have programs for certification in:
Woodruff Medical Training & Testing
4053 Lavista Rd.
Tucker, GA 30084
The Tucker campus is open Monday through Thursday 8:30 am to 9:30 pm, and every other Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Financial Aid available to those who qualify and private financing available!
We’re excited about the prospect of helping you to move forward in this exciting and rewarding career.
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Patient Care Technician Classes
Patient Care Technicians provide personalized care to individuals in outpatient and inpatient facilities under direct supervision of nurses and physicians. Similar to nursing assistants and medical assistants, patient care technicians also have a wide range of clinical patient care duties such as bathing and feeding, distributing medicine and other supplies, maintaining room cleanliness, drawing blood, and assisting with patient exams. However, our patient care technicians are trained to read electrocardiogram (EKG) machines and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). If the dynamic world of medicine and patient care excites you, join our training program and become one of the most in-demand healthcare professionals of 2018.
Medical Assistant Classes
Medical Assistants work alongside physicians and other healthcare professionals performing
various clinical and administrative duties in order to ensure maximum hospital efficiency and
patient care. The demand for medical assistants is growing at an extraordinary rate in the
United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment is expected to increase
23 percent by 2024 – much faster than the average for all occupations. The increasing demand
for physicians and outpatient facilities are largely responsible for this growing demand of
medical assistants. The more assistants a physician hires, the less time they have to spend
performing administrative and clinical duties – freeing up more time to spend with patients. All
three of our locations offer hands-on training and real-world experience in both administrative
and clinical areas to help you excel in a career as a medical assistant.
Some of these clinical duties include:
● Preparing patients for exams
● Assisting physicians during exams
● Drawing blood
● Collecting lab work
● Removing sutures and changing dressings
Some of these administrative duties include:
● Answering phones
● Scheduling appointments
● Managing billing and bookkeeping
● Filing patient medical records
● Arranging laboratory services