Open Enrollment on October 4th for CNA, Phlebotomy and Medication Aide Classes

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Jump-start your legacy by enrolling in an 11-day fast track nurse aide (CNA) program at Legacy Healthcare Careers on Friday, October 4th during an open house enrollment event between the hours of 2:00pm and 5:00pm. Legacy Healthcare Careers has a very convenient location in the Mid Cities area between Dallas and Fort Worth. Call (682)626-5266 to confirm your attendance and/or to RSVP.

Legacy Healthcare Careers’ address is 7505 Glenview Drive, Suite I, North Richland Hills TX, 76180. Feel free to place a telephone call (682)626-5266 to either RSVP, ask any questions or confirm your attendance. The school is currently a Pearson Vue Regional test site for nursing assistants, as well as a state test site for medication aides. Also, the school is a national certification testing site for phlebotomy and medical assisting.

If the 11-day fast track CNA training program doesn’t pique your interest, keep in mind that the upcoming phlebotomy technician training program still has classroom seats available that you can reserve. Students who graduate from the phlebotomy program at Legacy Healthcare Careers are eligible to take the national exam through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) to receive certification as a certified phlebotomy technician.

The medication aide training program is open to students who are either CNAs with active certification or direct care workers at personal care group homes. If you want the immediate gratification of gaining valuable healthcare knowledge in a fast period of time, register for the 2-day Personal Care Assistant seminar course that leads to a certificate of completion and comes with job placement assistance.

All of the programs and seminar courses at Legacy Healthcare Careers are amazingly affordable and can fit into almost anybody’s tight budget. Day, night and weekend classes are available, so place that call to (682)626-5266 to jump-start your legacy. In a relatively short period of time you could be working in the medical field with steady pay as a phlebotomist, nursing assistant, certified medication aide or personal care assistant.

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