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Call Griffin Hospital School of Allied Health Careers at (203) 732-1276.
Now offering classes for fall Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Patient Care Technician (PCT) and Phlebotomy programs!
The evening session for the CNA program starts Sept. 11, and the day PCT program and the Phlebotomy program begin Sept 12.
The School of Allied Health Careers provides exceptional healthcare education with knowledgeable and experienced teachers who are nationally certified or master’s prepared nurses. Students get ample hands-on training in patient care at Griffin Hospital and an extended care facility. Accredited by the Connecticut Department of Higher Education and approved by the State of Connecticut Department of Health, the school offers one-on-one teaching that has helped its graduates achieve a high rate of success on certification tests. Also, the school boasts a strong job placement rate with most graduates quickly finding positions at Griffin or other area hospitals.
Students include those seeking second careers, recent high school graduates, and everything in between. The Phlebotomy and Patient Care Technician Course is open to anyone 18 years or older with a High School Diploma or GED or 17 years of age with a high school diploma. A pre-admission interview and application fee are required prior to enrollment in the class. Requirements for the Certified Nursing Assistant Program you must currently be a high school senior or have already obtained your diploma or GED.
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Griffin Hospital School of Allied Health Careers now offers an Accelerated Certified Nursing Assistant Program. With a total of 104 hours, you can become a state-certified CNA in just five weeks!
Become a PCT in just 16 weeks!
Become a phlebotomist in just 13 weeks!
Funding to help launch the Griffin Hospital School of Allied Health Careers was provided by the following:
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