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R&l hEALTHCARE pHLEBOTOMY AND CNA TRAINING SCHOOL, LLC

Programs Offered


Certified nursing assistant training

A certified nursing assistant’s (CNA) main role is to provide basic care to patients, as well as assist them in daily activities they might have trouble with on their own,  This course focus on safe and effective functioning when providing client care in the long term care setting. Students are trained on how to perform fundamental skills such as bathing and dressing patients, serving meals and assisting with feeding, taking vital signs, turning and repositioning patients who are bedridden, collecting information about conditions and treatment plans from caregivers, nurses and doctors, providing and emptying bedpans, lifting patients into beds, wheelchairs, and exam tables, answering patient calls, examining patients for bruises, blood in urine or other injuries/wounds, cleaning and sanitizing patient areas, changing bed sheets and restocking rooms with the necessary supplies.  Upon successful completion of 91 contact hours students will receive a Nurse Aide Certificate of Completion. This program is regulated and approved by the Arkansas Department of Human Services – Office of Long Term Care.


patient care aide training

Patient care aides help care for physically or mentally ill, injured, disabled or infirm individuals who are confined to their homes or living in residential care facilities. They may also provide daily care services to people with disabilities who work outside the home. This course focus on safe and effective functioning when providing client care in the home health care setting.  Students are trained on how to perform fundamental skills. Upon successful completion of 40 contact hours students will receive a Patient Care Aide Certificate of Completion. 

This program is approved by the Arkansas Department of Health.

phlebotomy technician training

A phlebotomy technician is responsible for the collecting of blood specimens for the laboratory to help diagnose health conditions and illnesses. Phlebotomy technicians are also responsible for prepping lab equipment, gauging a patient's reaction to the blood draw and collect the fluids correctly. This course introduces students to proper collection, transport, and handling of blood including blood collection equipment, venipuncture, and capillary collection. Students are also introduced to pre-analytic complications, specimen collection procedures, forensic toxicology, and collection of urine and other body fluids. Phlebotomists may seek employment in inpatient hospital laboratory settings, outpatient laboratories, physician offices, and medical clinics. Upon successful completion of 22 contact hours students will receive a Phlebotomy Technician Certificate of Completion. This program is approved by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. 

Medical Billing & Coding

 Medical Billers and Coders play a vital role in the connection between health care providers, patients, and insurance companies. As a Medical Biller and Coder, you'll need to read patient charts to determine medical history, including diagnoses and treatments given. This course introduces students to medical terminology, insurance claims, procedural & diagnostic coding, medical legal issues, ICD-10 CM, ICD-10 PCS, CPT and HCPCS coding systems. Upon successful completion of 120 contact hours students will receive a  Certificate of Complete in Medical Billing and Coding and are encouraged to get certified through AAPC.  This program is approved by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. 

medical assistant training

A Medical Assistant is an allied health professional who supports physicians, nurses and other health professionals, mainly in medical offices and in  clinics. responsible for the collecting of blood specimens for the laboratory to help diagnose health conditions and illnesses. This course introduces students  to performing patient examinations, removing sutures, changing sterile dressings, drawing blood samples, and performing EKGs. Upon successful completion of 144 contact hours students will receive a Clinical Medical Assistant Certificate of Completion and are encouraged to get certified through the National Healthcare Association (NHA). This program is approved by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. 

CPR training​

CPR training classes give you the information and the skills you need to help adults, children and infants during breathing and cardiac emergencies.  We offer First AID and BLS CPR Training.

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