Certified Phlebotomy Technicians (CPT1) are professionally trained, skilled individuals authorized to perform skin puncture and venipuncture blood collection. Phlebotomist help physicians make better diagnoses. This is the training you need to become a California licensed phlebotomists.
ECG/EKG Certified Technicians, also known as Electrocardiograph, Cardiovascular, or Monitor technicians, perform EKG readings, Holter Monitoring, Lead Placements and Stress Tests. They work alongside NPs, PAs & Physicians in this integral role in medicine.
A CNA is an important member of the Healthcare team who helps patients in need. CNA is a stepping stone for a career in nursing. Our program teaches safe, appropriate, and effective ways to assist patients with care. Learn how your can begin your CNA career.
A Medical Laboratory Technician performs routine clinical laboratory testing procedures to provide scientific information needed in diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of diseases. This is required to earn your California Medical Laboratory Technician License with CDPH.
Medical Assistants work in physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, or other healthcare facilities. They are responsible for performing physician support services that help ensure medical facilities run smoothly. Becoming an MA is a great way to start a career in the medical field. Start your MA Career with RCI.
Our 3-in-1 course bundle has become our most popular program because it combines 3 programs into 1 - Medical Clinical Assisting, Phlebotomy, and EKG/ECG skills training all into one course. Supercharge your entry into a career in the medical field with this amazing bundle course!
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Didactic education is important but so is learning the hands-on skills and techniques developed here at the institute.