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Clinical Therapeutic Programs

The clinical therapeutic field encompasses occupational, physical, and massage therapies, as well as personal training. All of these therapists perform tasks that improve patients’ quality of living, muscle strength, body movement, and daily well-being.

Massage Therapist

Massage therapy jobs are usually divided into two categories: location/setting and type of massage administered. Spa type jobs are typically found in resorts, salons, vacation destinations, day spas, and hotels. Therapeutic massage jobs are usually found in hospitals, private homes, corporate settings, rehabilitation centers, and elder care facilities.

Personal Trainer

Get certified as a personal trainer, and work with clients one-on-one in gyms, spas, medical facilities, or work for yourself! In this five-week program, you’ll learn about biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage, and nutrition.

Physical Therapist Assistant

PTAs carry out treatment programs, under direct supervision of physical therapists, including therapeutic exercises and procedures that help patients regain function. MTC offers an accredited degree program that provides clinical experience in a variety of health care settings.

Pre-Occupational Therapy Assistant

This program is designed to provide the opportunity for completion of the first year of general education requirements for students planning to transfer to Greenville Technical College to complete the second year of the occupational therapy assistant program.

Dental

Dental hygienists and dental assistants perform essential health care services, including cleaning teeth, examining patients, and providing preventative dental care.

Dental Hygienist

Start your career in a dental office providing preventive oral care. MTC Dental Hygiene graduates consistently perform at a high level on licensure exams and practice as Registered Dental Hygienists.

Dental Assistant

Become a dental team member in restorative and specialty dental practices by completing this academic diploma program. MTC graduates can complete the credentialing exam to become Certified Dental Assistants (CDA).

Direct Patient Care

Direct patient care technicians often perform much of the work needed to diagnose or treat a patient in a health care facility. This can include taking images of the heart, measuring heart health, drawing blood, or performing essential patient care duties.

Cardiac Care Technician

Students will learn how to prepare patients for testing and monitoring the electrical activity of the heart. Cardiac care technicians can work at a medical practice, cardiac care center, or a hospital.

What's the difference?

Only academic programs provide college credit, transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and are eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). Training programs can be completed in a matter of weeks or months. These are not eligible for federal financial aid, but they may qualify for other scholarships and grant funding.

EKG Specialist

After completing this program, students will be qualified to enter the health care industry as an EKG specialist. Also called EKG technicians, EKG specialists administer tests to record and analyze electrical impulses transmitted by the heart. EKG specialists work in doctor’s offices, clinics, or hospitals.

Patient Care Technician

With training as a Patient Care Technician, also known as a patient aide, students will be qualified to work in a variety of health care settings, such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health care agencies, and doctors’ offices. The program includes training as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), Phlebotomist, Cardiac Care Technician, and EKG Specialist.

Phlebotomist

Phlebotomists draw blood from patients for lab tests and procedures. Students will learn to follow universal precautions, tie tourniquets, identify veins, and demonstrate knowledge and use of equipment necessary for drawing blood. Employment opportunities can be found in medical practices and hospitals

What's the difference?

Only academic programs provide college credit, transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and are eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). Training programs can be completed in a matter of weeks or months. These are not eligible for federal financial aid, but they may qualify for other scholarships and grant funding.

Emergency Medicine

Emergency medical technicians and paramedics are the first responders for emergency medical assistance. They assess patients and provide first-aid and life-support care for sick or injured people.

Emergency Medical Technician

Start a rewarding career as an Emergency Medical Technician with just six months of training. EMTs, also known as First Responders, work in a variety of settings, including county emergency services departments, private ambulance and transport companies, and hospitals. EMT’s administer basic life support care, such as CPR, bleeding control, splinting, and transport of sick or injured individuals.

Paramedic

Paramedics have more advanced training than EMTs and can give shots as well as use more advanced airway management devices to support breathing. Paramedics can administer a variety of lifesaving medications, give electrical defibrillations, start intravenous lines, provide supportive care, and maintain patients after their initial resuscitation.

Imaging

Medical imaging technicians work with various equipment to produce images through X-rays, ultrasounds, and other methods for diagnostic purposes.

Cardiovascular Sonographer

The Cardiovascular Sonography continuing education program (echocardiography) focuses on anatomy and pathology of the adult and pediatric hearts. This specialty trains the students to image standard views, monitor flow patterns, evaluate heart valves, learn the cardiac cycle, and determine pathology of the heart.

Computer Tomographer

The Computed Tomography program is an advanced academic certificate program for educating CT technicians to produce cross-sectional X-ray images. Previous completion of an accredited radiologic technology, radiation therapy, or nuclear medicine program is required.

General Sonographer

The General Sonography program trains students to conduct a variety of exams that include abdominal, pelvic neurology, breast, gynecological, and obstetrical scans. Students will learn to image standard views of different organs of the body.

Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Nuclear Medicine Technologists administer radioactive materials to patients using cutting-edge imaging technology to create diagnostic images. These technologists work in hospitals and doctors’ offices. MTC graduates can complete the credentialing exam to become Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologists (CNMT).

Radiologic Technologist

Radiographers perform X-ray examinations of the body. You’ll learn to use the highly technical X-ray equipment by working in hospitals, medical offices, trauma centers, and urgent care centers as a member of an imaging team.

Laboratory

Medical laboratory technicians examine body fluids, tissues, and cells. They also analyze fluids and assess how patients are responding to treatment.

Medical Laboratory Technician

Technicians analyze body fluids, isolate and identify microorganisms, study blood components, perform pre-transfusion tests, and determine disease-related immune responses. You’ll learn to operate computerized lab equipment and to use quality-control methods to guarantee accurate information for patient care.

Medical Office

Medical office specialists are responsible for many duties in a health care office. These include recording medical histories and vital signs of patients, and managing administrative and clinical tasks.

Medical Billing and Coding Specialist

The advance of electronic health records has made medical office billing and coding specialists a key part of the health care system. With this training, you’ll learn to read patients’ medical records to determine the correct codes for diagnoses and treatment for submission to insurance companies.

Medical Office Administrative Assistant

Medical Office Administrative Assistants perform administrative duties using specific knowledge of medical terminology for hospitals, clinics, or physician offices. Duties include scheduling appointments, compiling and recording medical charts, reports, correspondence, and other types of patient records. Other titles for Medical Office Assistants include Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Secretary, and Unit Secretary.

Medical Office Specialist

Medical Office Specialists perform the non-clinical administrative duties for hospitals, clinics, or physician offices. Duties include staffing, budgeting, customer service, and inventories. A Medical Office Specialist will also manage procedures involving patient admission, supervise the staff, and order any needed supplies.

Medical Scribe Specialist

Medical Scribes work closely with physicians and primary care providers in documenting patient care details in their electronic health records. This program prepares students to become certified in the profession through training in medical terminology, anatomy, and electronic health records.

Medical Assistant

Graduates will perform a wide range of medical assisting duties in physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, and emergency medical centers when this academic certificate is completed. Students will gain clinical experiences through externships in a variety of outpatient settings.

Nursing

Nurses and nursing assistants are essential lifelines between a patient and a doctor in a health care setting. Nurses care for patients, administer medicine, record conditions and vitals, and communicate their observations with the team managing the health of a patient.

Pre-Nursing

The Pre-Nursing Certificate provides a structured curriculum for those students seeking to qualify for nursing without testing.

Registered Nurse (ADN)

Registered nurses (RNs) tend to be the group most people associate with the term “nurse.” They assume a wide variety of roles in patient care. They are responsible for recording patient medical history, monitoring symptoms and medical equipment, administering medicine, establishing or contributing to a plan of care, performing diagnostic tests, and collaborating with doctors.

Practical Nurse (LPN)

Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), also known as licensed vocational nurses, are responsible for a variety of patient duties. They monitor patient health and administer basic care. The tasks of the LPN may include administering some medications, obtaining vital signs, inserting urinary catheters, starting intravenous (IV) drips (in some states) and changing wound dressings. The LPN communicates with patients and patient family members to educate them on an established plan of care.

Nurse Assistant (CNA)

A certified nursing assistant (CNA) is the front line of contact between medical staff and patients, assisting patients in daily activities. Nursing assistants bathe their patients and help them dress, eat, and use the bathroom. They measure vital signs and transfer patients between beds and wheelchairs.

What's the difference?

Only academic programs provide college credit, transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and are eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). Training programs can be completed in a matter of weeks or months. These are not eligible for federal financial aid, but they may qualify for other scholarships and grant funding.

Pharmacy

Pharmacy technicians work under the supervision of registered pharmacists, dispensing prescription medication in hospital settings, retail stores, or manufacturing plants.

Pharmacy Technician

Prepare drugs and fill prescriptions as a pharmacy technician. MTC students will gain classroom, online, and experiential learning in local pharmacies and hospital systems.

Respiratory Care

Respiratory care therapists work in hospitals or clinics and help individuals who are suffering from breathing abnormalities.

Respiratory Therapist

In this academic degree program, students are trained to work as a part of a highly technical life-support team. The program provides clinical experiences to build student competencies in the treatment, prevention, and rehabilitation of individuals suffering from breathing abnormalities.

Surgical Technology

Surgical technologists are integral members of the operating room team. They work in cooperation with surgeons and other health care professionals to deliver safe, direct patient care during all phases of surgery.

Surgical Technologist

Surgical technicians work in the operating room with surgeons to deliver patient care during all phases of surgery. MTC offers a balanced set of experiences in the classroom, lab, and clinical setting.

Veterinary Assisting

Veterinary assistants work with animals and perform other duties in an animal hospital or clinical setting including office management and customer care.

Veterinary Assistant

In just six weeks, students can have all the necessary skills to become a professional veterinary assistant. Learn all the aspects of veterinary medicine necessary like laboratory procedures, medical terminology, and customer service skills. Veterinary assistants have the opportunity to work in veterinary practices, veterinarian hospitals, shelters, and rescue organizations.