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Welcome to Blue Care Medical Academy

Mississippi Approved Healthcare Career Training School 

PROVIDING HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN HEALTH CARE

Jumpstart your career today!!!

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Blue Care Medical Academy is owned and operated right here in Southaven, Mississippi. Our training classroom and skills training room comfortably accommodate a full class. We have advanced training materials as well as open office time where students may practice their skills.  Our goal is to deliver the best training to talented individuals who have the passion, drive, and motivation to care for our love ones and our community.

  

Blue Care Medical Academy is in partnership with National Healthcareer Association (NHA).  The National Healthcareer Association is a national professional certification agency for healthcare workers in the United States. Granting credentials in more than 8 allied health specialties. It is one of the largest certifications and continuing education providers.

Donna Luckett, RN MSN, FNP-BC, Program Director

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CEO, Program Director.  Donna has 17 years of experience as a registered nurse in acute care and long term care.  Her background includes med-surgical nursing, acute care nursing, supervisory, and managerial.  Donna is certified in  First Aid/CPR, Basic Life Support,  Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Advanced Stroke Life Support.  Donna Is a Certified BLS instructor. Donna is an active member of Mississippi Nurses Association, American Nurses Association and American Association of Nurse Practitioners.  Donna has a Masters Degree in Nursing with a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner. 

Omarr Hurd, COO

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Omarr Hurd is the Chief Operating Officer at Blue Care Medical Academy. Omarr has 15 plus years of experience in managerial and supervisory experience.  His background includes    

creating business plans, arranging financing, hiring staff, reviewing sales, developing marketing strategies, overseeing daily activities, and identifying business opportunities.  Omarr has outstanding multitasking abilities and  creative thinking.  He's and ethical business practitioner.  Omarr is certified in First Aid/CPR.  Omarr is a Certified Heartsaver/CPR Instructor. Omarr has a degree in Business and Accounting. 

WHERE PASSION MEETS EDUCATION!!!

 Our Mission    

Blue Care Medical Academy’s mission is to create an excellent environment in which to train medical health care professionals. We will strive to provide a place of excellence for students to learn and practice the entire required state approved curriculum. 

We are committed to training health care professional that will be ready to participate in the health care industry with confidence. Our graduates will be able to face any challenge before them. They will be ready to enter the workforce and make a positive difference in people’s lives. 

We feel it is an honor and privilege to be a part of the training for health care professionals. We look forward to having our graduates go forward into the community as a positive and caring part of the health care industry. 

We look to the future needs of our community for well trained and caring health care professionals and hope to fill these needs through our programs. Always keeping in mind, the importance of a highly trained health care professional as the front line of patient care in any setting. 

Our students' commitment: To go forth, always strive for excellence & to deliver high quality and compassionate healthcare to each patient and family every time. 


Our Vision

To be recognized as a facility of choice for health care training. We will create a learning environment that inspires our students to lead, to heal, to serve in such a way that will bring wholeness into the world.  We are dedicated to providing outstanding educational programs for students who are lifelong learners and willing to commit to providing the highest quality compassionate care to serve the needs of our community. Our students will develop confidence in their discipline through high quality training. 

Blue Care Medical Academy is thankful for this opportunity to be of service to our community. 


Our Values

Ø Caring: Responding to individual and community needs with compassion and respect

Ø Integrity: Honesty, accountability, and ethical conduct in everything we do

Ø Diversity: In thought, perspective, and people

Ø Learning: Through scholarship, creativity, experience, application, and commitment to lifelong learning

Ø Partnership: Through relations and collaboration

Ø Innovation: Committed to embracing and driving change for better outcomes

Ø Quality: excellence in education, community service, creative change and quality outcomes

Ø Community: Serving beyond ourselves

Why choose Blue Care

QUALITY TRAINING

QUALITY TRAINING

Blue Care Medical Academy offers  several flexible programs of study and curriculums.  Our training classroom and skills lab comfortably accommodate a full class. 


We provide students with high quality instruction and training for occupations for future career success by providing a blend of technical and conceptual training alongside hands-on experience in specific fields of study. 

Qualified Instructors

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Our instructors  are highly qualified  Associate, BSN, and  Masters degree nurses and Allied Health Instructors with several years of experience in acute care and long term care. 

Affordable Cost

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We have designed affordable schooling that allows students to invest in their future. 

WE CARE ABOUT YOUR SUCCESS!!!

At Blue Care Medical Academy, we care about your success!! 


We believe that education gives people the tools they need to navigate the world and live better lives. We also understand that education often comes with a cost to the students and sometimes these students need financial assistant to navigate to the level of excellence they so deserve.  At Blue Care Medical Academy, we have designed an affordable schooling centered around an excellent environment with highly educated and trained staff who work hard every day to help you obtain the education you need at an affordable cost. 


We have made adjustments in our payment arrangement for future classes that we feel will better adapt to the financial needs of our students.  


We have made adjustments to our payment plans for future classes. The new payment plan adapts to the financial needs of our students and enable us to continue to serve our community.  New payment plans are listed under each program.  


Additionally, we will continue to give a $500 scholarship yearly, every January to a student from each of our program.  Call us regarding scholarship information.


Also, every 2-3 month during Open Enrollment BCMA gives $2000 among all students who register during Open Enrollment.  

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General Admission Requirements for all programs


We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, country of origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, physical disabilities, or mental disabilities.


   

· A complete application must be filled out. 

· Applicant must be 18 years or older prior to testing.

· Applicant must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English. 

· Applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent. 


· Off campus facilities often require background checks to be completed. Applicant must have a background check prior to going to ANY off-campus practicum/clinical sites. The Administrative staff will review the background check and determine if the applicant is eligible for admission. All background checks are conducted by Mississippi State Department of Health Criminal Background. 


Applicants will be ineligible for off-campus practicum/clinical rotation, there ineligible for our program completion if convicted of any of the below offenses: 

➢ Murder 

➢ Rape 

➢ Theft 

➢ Abuse of any kind

➢ Illegal drug possession


· All applicants must have a drug screen completed. 

· Applicants must have a negative PPD or chest x-ray within the last 6 months before acceptance into the program.

· Applicant must submit proof of immunization or acceptable antibody titers as requested by clinical sites such as: measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), varicella and Hep B before acceptance into the program. Additionally, annual flu vaccine is required by health care facilities. 

· Applicant must have CPR/BLS prior to any off campus clinicals/practicum.

· Applicant will be required to obtain liability insurance.

· Applicant must pass a competency exam.

· Applicants must pay all class and textbook fees before the first day of class. Payment options are available. 

· Nonpayment and failure to submit to BCMA all required documentation listed above voids any contract. 

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CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT Program

A new class starts the first Monday of every month

A new class starts the first Monday of every month

State approved nurse aide training 


Licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. 694. Licensure indicates only that minimum standards have been met; it is not an endorsement or guarantee of quality. Licensure is not equivalent to or synonymous with accreditation by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.  

  

Our CNA curriculum approved by Mississippi Department of Health. Facility #585.

  


Session 1: Saturday and Evening Classes

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Session 1 consist of a four week course that takes place on Monday and Thursday nights 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The first week of class students attend an additional night on Wednesday.  Clinical rotation consist of two Saturdays 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Session 2: Day Classes

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Session 2 consist of a three week course that takes place Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Clinical rotation is two days on Tuesday and Wednesday 8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.

CNA PROGRAM FEES

NEW PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE

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PROGRAM FEES: Total $1149

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  FEE INCLUDES


Ø Tuition $885

Ø Textbook and Workbook $73

Ø All training materials and supplies (blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, and uniform) $66

Ø Professional Liability Insurance $50

Ø Drug Test $25

Ø American Heart Association BLS (CPR) Training (student price ONLY). Students receive a credit if they are already certified) $50 


NEW PAYMENT PLANS: $350 Deposit due 2 weeks prior to class start date. 


3 installment payments: $265 end of first week of class

$265 end of third week of class

$269 due by end of week 4.  

OTHER RELATED FEES

 Ø Mandatory Background check (ALL Background check MUST be performed by Mississippi Department of Health) $50


Ø Mississippi State Nurse Aide Certification Exam. $101

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CNA Program Objectives

Nurse Aide Program Learning Objectives and Outcomes

1. Describe the functions of body systems appropriate to the nursing assistant scope of practice.


2. Describe the roles and responsibility of nursing assistants including ethics, communication, legal responsibilities, abuse laws, and Mississippi State Board of Nursing regulations. 


3. Demonstrate professional communication skills including recording and reporting, and legal and ethical responsibilities. 


4. Demonstrate safety and inflectional control practices that comply with standards of practice for nursing assistants. 


5. Identify stages of growth and development.


6. Define common medical terms and abbreviations used in health care. 


7. Demonstrate competence and proficiency in the following categories of skills:  

 

o Communication and interpersonal relationships. 

o Safety and infection control. 

o Personal care procedures. 

o Vital signs. 

o Nutritional requirements and techniques. 

o Admission, transfer, and discharge procedures. 

o Exercise and activity.

o Elimination. 

o Unsterile warm and cold applications. 

o Care to clients with special needs. o End of life care. 

o Care to clients with cognitive  impairment. 


8. Comply with privacy and confidentiality laws. 


9. Demonstrate behaviors consistent with professional work ethics. 


10. Adhere to the policies and procedures of clinical sites.

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of common elements required for certification by the Mississippi State Board of Nursing. This will be measured by student achievement of a passing grade on instructor developed quizzes  and administered final examination. 


2.  Students will be able to demonstrate compliance with standards of practice for nursing assistants and demonstrate competence with all skills required for certification. This will be measured by an administered skills competency check off that contains elements of all required steps for all required skills.


CERTIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS  FOR JOBS


Students who successfully complete Blue Care Medical Academy Nurse Aide course are eligible to apply for certification in the state of their choice. Each state Board of Nursing determines requirements for certification; it is the student’s responsibility to contact the state of their choice to ascertain eligibility requirements. Blue Care Medical Academy will assist with this process once students have paid in full the cost of certification test. Completion of an approved program is only one of the requirements  and does not mean automatic certification as a Nurse Aide. Students must successfully pass state certification test to become licensed/certified.

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CNA Completion Policy

Pay all program fees in full

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All program fees must be paid out with zero balance prior to completion date and prior to going to clinical. 

Attend all required hours

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Mississippi requires all students to meet a minimum of 75 hours of classroom and clinical time.   Our program consists of 60 hours in classroom and laboratory (minimum) 

 16 hours in clinical facility (minimum). 

Pass each quiz and final exam

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Achieve a final grade of 85% or higher on each quiz and 75% or higher on the final examination.

Demonstrate competency with each required skill

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Complete the skills check list to the instructor’s satisfaction  with a score of PASS.  Skills lab is not based upon a numeric grade. Grading for skills lab is either PASS or FAIL.

Demonstrate excellent communication and interaction with clients during clinical observation

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1. Demonstrate competent communication and interaction on a one-one basis with each client. 

2. Demonstrate sensitivity to each client’s emotional, social, and mental health need through skillful, directed interactions. 

3. Assist the client in attaining and maintaining independence. 

4. Exhibit behavior in support and promotion of the client’s rights.

Demonstrate satisfactory Documentation and assessment skills

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Demonstrate observation and documentation skills needed in the assessment of the client’s health, physical condition, and wellbeing.

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ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH TECHNICIAN PROGRAM

EKG Acquisition including 12 , 6, 5, 3 Lead

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Electrocardiograph Technicians (ECG/EKG)  are noninvasive technicians who specialize in electrocardiography. They use special equipment and medical techniques to record the electrical impulses transmitted by a patient's heart. Data acquired by Electrocardiograph Technician assists physicians and cardiologists in diagnosing medical conditions in patients. 


Most EKG technicians work in hospitals or clinics providing direct patient care through EKG testing. Because EKGs are usually performed in response to heart issues, jobs are easiest to find in hospitals and other places where patients receive emergency and diagnostic care such as labs and diagnostic imaging centers. Some doctors’ offices and nursing homes do have their own EKG technicians on site to make life easier for patients



Rhythm Interpretation

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 ECG Technicians may also work as telemetry technicians.  Telemetry technicians, or electrocardiogram technicians, help cardiologists and other healthcare service providers by monitoring patients' EKG wave They interpret results and are able to recognize irregular heart functions, such as an arrhythmia. 



Stress testing and Holter Monitoring

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ECG Technicians also might perform stress tests. This involves hooking up a patient to an ECG monitor for a baseline reading and then monitoring the patient's heart while he or she exercises on a treadmill.   


With advanced training, ECG Technicians can administer Holter monitoring tests. With this procedure, the technician attaches an ECG monitor to a patient, then allows the patient to go about his or her normal routine for a 24-hour period. Next, the ECG technician removes the monitor and takes it to a scanner, from which he or she can print out the data recorded by the machine.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES AND OUTOCMES

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 This is a  40 hour course that is conducted over five (5) weeks.  Students meet every Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.   A new class starts every 5 weeks.  After successful completion of the program student will receive a certificate e of completion and be eligible to take the national certified phlebotomy technician  (CET) exam by NHA. 


  The goals and objectives of the Electrocardiography Technician Program at Blue Care Medical Academy is to provide specialized training as ECG Technician in accordance with the entry level competencies determined by AAPT. The program covers the broad spectrum of electrocardiography, the art and science of EKG foundations and applications, the basic building blocks of knowledge including; waves, complexes, lead morphology and rhythms; and the more complex topics including; 12-lead EKGs, axis, hypertrophy, myocardial infarction and pacemakers.  

PROGRAM COMPLETION

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Students who successfully complete Blue Care Medical Academy ECG Technician Program will receive a certificate of completion.  Additionally, students will test for National Certification as a Certified ECG Technician (CET) through National Healthcareer Association (NHA).  Students may also be eligible to take a national certifying examination for ECG Technicians through other organizations. 

  

PROGRAM FEE

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PROGRAM FEES (NHA fees has been removed from Program fees and payment plan): Total $865


Ø Tuition $700

Ø All training materials and supplies and supplies $40

Ø Professional Liability Insurance $50 

Ø Drug Screen $25

Ø American Heart Association BLS (CPR) Training (student price ONLY). Students receive a credit if they are already certified) $50 


NEW PAYMENT PLANS: $325 Deposit and 3 installment payments of $180 every 2 weeks .


  

OTHER RELATED FEES (NHA FEES)

Ø NHA Certification exam preparation materials (Primary learning and teaching tool. Must be purchased prior to class start date. $74 

Ø NHA Certification Exam Fee. Must be payed prior to taking certification exam.  $117

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Phlebotomy Technician Program

A new class starting soon!!

Admission:  Student must met all general admission requirements.  


BCMA offers two sessions for our Phlebotomy Technician Program. Day session is Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for six weeks. Evening session is Tuesday and Wednesday night from 5pm-10pm for 8 weeks. The program consist of 80 total combined clock hours. There are two Phases to the program: 

  Phase 1: Didactic lecture and  Laboratory

  Phase 2: Practicum: Practicum, may be on campus or off campus.

  

Phase 1: Didactic Lecture and Laboratory 

Consist of 60 plus hours.  Students will learn basic techniques for blood specimen collection.  Units on anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, medical terminology, specimen processing, laboratory safety, infection control, quality control, and professional skills will also be covered.     

  

Phase 2: Phlebotomy Practicum

Consist of 20 plus hours on campus or off campus.  Students accepted into Blue Care Medical Academy Phlebotomy Technician program will be required to successfully complete 30 venipunctures and 10 capillary sticks on campus or off campus to meet program requirements and national certification requirements.   

  

Practicum Requirements:

Practicum will be conducted on campus on Tuesday and Wednesday night 5pm-10pm during week 7 and 8 for evening class and week 6 for day class.   Students are encouraged to invite family and friends to volunteer for medical testing and blood draws to meet Phase 2 requirement (30 documented successful venipunctures and 10 documented skin punctures). 


If a student cannot successfully PASS Phase 2 requirements on-campus during scheduled on campus practicum time optional off-campus practicum/externship opportunities may be available at local medical facilities. Practicum placement is at the discretion of the clinical site and is not guaranteed. 


Student will be given 2 weeks after commencement of current class to meet practicum requirement of 30 documented successful venipunctures and 10 documented skin punctures at an off-campus practicum site. If student FAIL to successfully meet practicum requirement within 2 weeks while at offsite practicum site, student will receive a grade FAIL and will be required to repeat the course at a cost to them.


 Program Completion

Student must successfully pass all   quizzes and final exam with a grade “C” (75) or above. 


Additionally, students must obtain a PASS grade at end of practicum by submitting proof of successful completion of 10 capillary punctures and 30 venipunctures. 


Student will also be graded on classroom activities, projects, and participation. Student is required to have a grade “C” to pass this part of the course. 


All students who successfully complete the Phlebotomy Training program will be awarded a Certificate of Completion  and will test for national certification to become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician.


National Certification

Student will test for national certification for Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) through National Healthcareer Association (NHA). 


Students may be eligible to test for several other state and national exams.


Blue Care Medical Academy is an approved proctor for the National Health Career Association and is authorized to administer the written exam for certification. 


Certification Exams are scheduled by appointment.


National Healthcareer Association

  

A.  (NHA) is a national professional   certification agency for healthcare workers in the United States

B.  Granting credentials in more than 8 allied health specialties

C.  Organizational member of the National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA

D.  The National Healthcareer Association partners with educational institutions nationwide with over 350,000 certified individuals

E.  One of the largest certification and continuing education providers

F.  Works with health training institutions, hospitals, unions, and the US Defense Department through DANTES

G. Has approved over 2400 training/testing locations throughout the US and in several countries

H. These institutions offer allied health programs and use the national certification as their "End Of Program Credential


  

PROGRAM FEES (NHA fees has been removed from Program fees and payment plan): Total $1084

Ø Tuition $845 

Ø eBook, all training materials and supplies and supplies $114

Ø Professional Liability Insurance $50 

Ø Drug Screen $25

Ø American Heart Association BLS (CPR) Training (student price ONLY). Students receive a credit if they are already certified) $50 


NEW PAYMENT PLANS: $325 Deposit and 3 installment payments of $253 every 2 weeks 


  

OTHER RELATED FEES (NHA FEES)

Ø NHA Certification exam preparation materials (Primary learning and teaching tool. Must be purchased prior to class start date. $74 

Ø NHA Certification Exam Fee. Must be payed prior to taking certification exam.  $117

Program Overview

The Phlebotomy Technician program seeks to develops skills in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and standard precautions. The techniques include vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin punctures, butterfly needles, and blood cultures as well as specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. Emphasis is on knowledge of infection prevention, proper patient identification, labeling of specimens and quality assurance, specimen handling, processing and accessioning. Topics include professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology.

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new programs and workshops

Accelerated Online Phlebotomy Certification Program. Start Date: August 18, 2019

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 PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The accelerated online Phlebotomy Certification Program is a subdivision of our Traditional Phlebotomy Program that recognize health care professionals who have phlebotomy experience and are seeking certification.  The platform for this course is primarily online (75% of course is online and 25% of course is classroom time). Students are required to complete 3 weeks of monitored online study and one week of classroom lab and skills check off (occurs during Immersion Week). 


TARGET AUDIENCE

The target audience for this program are health care professionals with proven experience in the related field of study who desire certification as validation of their expertise. These professionals consist of but not limited to Medical Assistant, Patient Care Assistant, Patient Care Technicians, Phlebotomist, EKG Technicians with phlebotomy experience, and nurses. 


CREDENTIALING/CERTIFYING BODY

National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The NHA is a national professional certification agency for healthcare workers in the United States.  

   

Tuition  

$575


Additional Fees

74$ -ONLINE STUDY MODULE/PREP PACK AND   eBOOK $74 (MUST BE PURCHASED PRIOR TO ORIENTATION)

 

 17- CERTIFICATION EXAM FEE (MUST BE PAID   PRIOR TO CERTIFICATION EXAM 


Payment Arrangement

$255 Deposit (Due prior to start   date)

$160 Due Friday of week 2

$160 Due Friday of week 4



Accelerated Online EKG Certification Program. Start Date August 18, 2019

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The accelerated online EKG Certification Program is a subdivision of our Traditional Phlebotomy Program that recognize health care professionals who have EKG experience and are seeking certification.  The platform for this course is primarily online (75% of course is online and 25% of course is classroom time). Students are required to complete 3 weeks of monitored online study and one week of classroom lab and skills check off (occurs during Immersion Week). 


TARGET AUDIENCE

The target audience for this program are health care professionals with proven experience in the related field of study who desire certification as validation of their expertise. These professionals consist of but not limited to Medical Assistant, Patient Care Assistant, Patient Care Technicians, , EKG Technicians,  Phlebotomist with EKG experience, and nurses. 


CREDENTIALING/CERTIFYING BODY

National Healthcareer Association (NHA). The NHA is a national professional certification agency for healthcare workers in the United States.  


Tuition  

$525


Additional Fees

74$ -ONLINE STUDY MODULE/PREP PACK AND   eBOOK $74 (MUST BE PURCHASED PRIOR TO ORIENTATION)


$117- CERTIFICATION EXAM FEE (MUST BE PAID   PRIOR TO CERTIFICATION EXAM


Payment Arrangement

$255  Deposit (Due prior to start   date)

$1 35 Due Friday of week 2

$135 Due Friday of week 4


Pharmacy Technician: Blended Learning. Start Date September 29. 2019

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Program Overview

Our Pharmacy Technician Program is a 75 hour blended course consisting of 40 hours of online study and 35 hours of classroom time.  The Program is 5 weeks.  Students will meet one day a week on Friday for 7 hours. 


Total Program Cost $920


Breakdown of Cost

$803-Tution, book, NHA online study material, supplies and  drug screening


Additional Fee

$117-Certification exam (Must be paid prior to taking  certification exam)


Payment Arrangement

 

$337 Deposit (Due prior to start   date)

$233 Due Friday of week 2

$233 Due Friday of week 4


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Workshop: Telemetry Rhythm Intepretation

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This is a 6 hour workshop for healthcare professionals.  The workshop will teach basic rhythm interpretation. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the workshop. 


Cost: $210

Workshop: EKG Fundamentals

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 This is a 4

 hour workshop for healthcare professionals.  The workshop will teach basic EKG Acquisition. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the workshop. 


Cost: $180

Workshop: Phlebotomy Fundamentals

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 This is a 6 hour workshop for healthcare professionals.  The workshop will teach basic phlebotomy skills. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the workshop. 


Cost: $250

AHA COURSE CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED: eCARDS ARE AVAILABLE

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS) PROVIDER

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Instructor-Led Training

Students are with an AHA Instructor for their entire learning experience.

The BLS Instructor-led course teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on High-Quality CPR and team dynamics


Cost $75

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HEARTSAVER CPR/AED

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 Instructor-Led Training

Heartsaver courses are designed for anyone with little or no medical training who needs a course completion card for job, regulatory (for example, OSHA), or other requirements. These courses can also be taken by anyone who wants to be prepared for an emergency in any setting. Heartsaver classroom courses are video based, are instructor led, and feature group interaction and hands-on coaching and feedback from an American Heart Association Instructor. Skills are taught with the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique that allows students to practice skills as the video guides them.


Cost $75

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HEARTSAVER/FIRST AID

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 Instructor-Led Training

Designed to meet OSHA regulations, this course covers first aid basics, consisting of the most common life-threatening emergencies, how to recognize them, how to call for help, and how to perform lifesaving skills.


Cost $75

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HEARTSAVER/FIRST AID CPR/AED

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 Instructor-Led Training

This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements and covers first aid basics and CPR and AED skills for adults, children, and infants.


Cost $115



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HEARTSAVER FOR K-12

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 Instructor-Led Training

The Heartsaver for K-12 Schools course is designed to prepare students (elementary, middle, junior and high schools) to provide CPR and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely, and effective manner.

This course is also intended for “faculty and staff” (teachers and coaches or any employee of K-12 school system). 


Cost 75

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HEARTSAVER PEDIATRIC FIRST AID AND CPR AED

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 Instructor-Led Training

Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED is a classroom, video-based, Instructor-led course that teaches students to respond to and manage illnesses and injuries in a child or infant in the first few minutes until professional help arrives.
This course is designed to meet the regulatory requirements for child care workers in all 50 U.S. states.


Cost $75

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Our Commitment to Our Students and our Community

Job Placement

Blue Care Medical Academy is committed to your success.  We have enhanced our curriculum to include assistance with resume writing, resume submission,  interview etiquette, and job placement.  


  

Blue Care Medical Academy is placing students with employers every day. Our Career Services Department meets with each student as early as the admissions process to discuss the career field they are considering. Once you are a Blue Care Medical Academy student, our career services department begins to work on your behalf to help prepare you for your new career. It is the goal of our career service personnel to advance the mindset of students to career oriented thinking. We help our students accomplish this holistically, addressing every frontier of their lives, and how it relates to developing and maintaining a successful career in healthcare. Beyond graduation we maintain contact with graduates to make sure they are working, provide them with job leads and new information on the program offerings and events taking place at Blue Care Medical Academy.

Our constant communication with our partners and employers provides fresh feedback on our student progress, and our level of preparation. Therefore, we are so proud that employers seek out our graduates for hire. Our career services team is comprised of experienced human resource personnel as well as medical professionals who know what physicians and their office managers, hospitals and nursing home administrators want in their employees. Our goal is to produce the very best and well-prepared allied health professionals. 

Technology

We are committed to giving our students a great education experience that is flexible, convenient, and incorporates modern technology. Blue Care Medical Academy uses a variety of learning tools for  teaching. 

Community Services

Blue Care Medical Academy is committed to the safety,  health,  and well-being of our community.   BCMA is an American Heart Association Affiliate offering training and certification in AHA courses.  


BMCA offer classes to communities and surrounding areas e.g. daycare, babysitters, church groups, volunteer firefighters. Our courses can be expanded to focus on other health-related topics such as fitness, nutrition, or home hospice care. 

    

Current AHA Courses being offered: 

BLS Provider

Heartsaver CPR/AED

Heartsaver/First Aid

Heartsaver/First Aid CPR/AED

Heartsaver for K-12 Schools

Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid and CPR

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