The Paramedical Examiner & Health/Wellness Screener continuing education certification program for healthcare professionals can be completed in 1 or 2 days participants will receive 10 or 16 hours of credit. Preparatory reading will be provided at no cost from an outside vendor and must be completed before you arrive to the live interactive class. National Exam Will be taken on site the last 2 hours of the class.
This Certification Program Consists of about 24- 32 Hours in total (16 hours of preparatory home study and 10-16 hours classroom/clinical)
This continuing education & certification program is great for :
Goals & Purpose of the Paramedical Examiner & Health/Wellness Screener Certification Program:
After the certification program, you will be sent by U.S. Mail a certificate of completion for Paramedical Examiner/EKG Training and a certificate of participation for the Health Screening Certification Program. Sometimes called a “Field Examiner” or “Mobile Phlebotomist,” this exciting career is performing physical exams on clients for insurance companies. The exams are done at client’s home or business. Duties include taking a detailed medical history, gathering and recording vital signs, venipuncture, and performing a resting EKG. As an independent contractor, you set your own schedule and can even make your own appointments with clients directly.
To be one of the individuals to contribute in health care industry, minimum education must be a certification in phlebotomy or medical assistant. There will be no exceptions.
This program will consist of theory providing the competencies required by the board for Certified Healthcare Professionals. The program will also include lab (hands on training) and 3 successful venipuncture’s and EKG’s are required. The National examination must be taken and each adult learner must receive a passing score of 70% before receiving certificate from NCCMEA, NHCWA or NPCTA Certification Board.
Upon successful completion of this certification program, the participant should be able to:
Successfully demonstrate how to conduct particular paramedical examinations and screenings requisitioned primarily by insurance companies.
Perform screenings that involve taking a medical history.
Competently measure weight and height, reading blood pressure, and collecting blood and urine samples.
The following areas will be covered in the Paramedical Examiner Seminar
Preparatory reading provided must be completed before students arrive for the live training section of the certification program.
The online preparatory reading session
Upon registration, you will receive a link from an outside vendor to download the free preparatory reading handout, which includes practice test in PDF format. You may either print this handout and bring the hardcopy with you, or open the PDF using a reader on your mobile device or tablet – we recommend Adobe reader; it works great for editing and note taking! Preparatory reading must be completed before students arrive for the live training section of the certification program.
Regulations for the certification program for both NHCWA CEUs and NPCTA call for self-evaluations to be completed by participants to demonstrate that they had viewed the entirety of each preparatory reading. Healthcare Training has chosen to require participants to complete “quizzes” to comply with these rules. If a participant receives less than a 70 percent on a quiz, he or she will be asked to retake the quiz. Each quiz may be viewed three times, making it possible for the participant to review either the entire or sections of the quiz in order to better prepare for the national exam.
The Hands on clinical/classroom session
Our program are tailored to adult learning styles and promotes retention of key concepts through Classroom instruction, which will consist of theory providing the competencies required by the certification board for Certified Healthcare Professionals. The program will also include mandatory lab (hands on) training, classroom lecture, group discussions and activities. In addition we will also cover anatomy, physiology of blood, equipment, lab processing, special specimen procurement, OSHA, CLIA regulations, centrifuging, microscope use, capillary punctures etc. You will practice EKG’s and drawing blood on a training aid and then practice drawing blood and EKG ‘s on each other. All attendees will be required to perform live venipuncture’s on each other under the direction of the instructor and/or licensed phlebotomist preceptor.
8:00 – 10:00 Paramedical Examiner Skills
Introduction to Paramedical Examiner Course
Screening a Medical History
Measure blood pressure, height and weight
10:00 am – 10:15 am Break
10:15 am – 12:00 pm Sample collection
Collecting blood phlebotomy equipment
Collecting urine samples
1:00 pm – 3:45 pm Health Screener Skills
3:45 pm – 4:00 pm Break
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 pm Course Summary and Testing
Form completion and submission of paperwork
Optional for students that would like practice more on their clinical skills. This is not a mandatory requirement.
Morning Session (9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)
The cost for the certification training:
Tuition – Fee: The tuition fee includes clinical lab classroom training, theory review for exam, handouts, study materials, disposable lab coat, and clinical training supplies.
Paramedical Examiner $599 includes CPT & EKG certifications
Please read and review the requirements before you register for this program
*Healthcare Workers Bridge Program
No written exam is required!!
Your work experience may qualify you for our healthcare workers certification bridge program, which allows you to obtain certification from your work experience alone. Candidates who meet the requirements listed on the Healthcare Workers Bridge page will receive a waiver on the written exam. Please view the Healthcare Workers Bridge Program Page for details.
We are excited to offer a Paramedical Examining Class. This class is available to all individuals who have successfully completed Phlebotomy training and are up-to-date on their certification. The class is 10 hours in length, and can be completed in either two days or two weeks, depending on the option chosen!! Upon completion, students will be skilled in all techniques necessary to enter into the Paramedical Examining field.
Our Mission is to provide excellent, affordable, accessible healthcare education and to promote quality healthcare services in our community. Bruen Medical Partners can provide students with affordable, accessible, quality education in paramedical insurance examiner careers. We strive to respond to the changing needs of students, health care providers, and health care consumers in the community at large through collaboration with health care and business communities. The online campus provides an environment that is conductive to learning by recognizing and responding to the diverse learning styles, cultures, and resources of its student.
Our organization tries to give health care professionals more of a sense of professionalism, which helps them feel more confident in their duties and that feeling reflects back on the lab. Society stresses that professionalism begins with the certification process. Students who apply to take the certification exam, offered in both English and Spanish, are able to take a full online course that helps them prepare for the examination. To ensure that certification participants receive the latest information and training techniques, the exam and online course are edited and updated each year by various instructors throughout the country.
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The Paramedical Examiner & Health/Wellness Screener continuing education certification program
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