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Pharmacy Technician
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PTCB Approved

Pharmacy Technician Training at New York Institute of Medical Careers (Queens) 

is a PTCB and Nationally Certified Program.

This class prepares the students for the Pharmacy Technician NHA (National Healthcare Association) and/ or PTCB Certification Exam. The students also receive a graduation certificate upon successful completion of the training.

The School proudly stands at a tremendous passing percentage of 94% with both NHA and PTCB examinations as well as 98% school graduation rate for the Pharmacy Technician course.

We encourage and support our students to obtain professional excellence

in their field of work.

School offers Job Placement Assistance and

assistance with internship opportunities.

Pharmacy Counter

CURRICULUM

Pharmacy Law and Ethics

The application of law, ethics and professionalism to pharmacy practice in all its forms, and to study the development of legal and ethical aspects of pharmacy practice.

Dosage Forms and Administration

Outlining the components of a prescription, understanding the rights of drug administration, describing common dosage forms, describe delayed release dosage formulations, and explain the major routes of administration.

Prescription Compounding

Compounding medicines including sterile and non sterile compounds, differenciating between compound and traditional drugs and following standards and rules to make sure they are processed and packed in an appropriate manner.

Hospital and Advanced Pharmacy

Choosing the best path for you involves understanding what pharmacy tech does, knowing different levels of pharmacy technicians and deciding what is the best path for you.

Drug Interaction

Reduce the effectiveness of your medicine or possibly increase the action of a medicine. Determine if the drugs have adverse interaction with one another. Search medications for potential drug interaction.

Safety in Workplace

Health and safety in a pharmacy is one of the most important aspects. In order to keep everyone safe, the risks within a pharmacy will need to be assessed. Risk assessments are put in place and well maintained. All registered pharmacies must follow standards.

Sorting Medicine

Schedules

Mornings: Saturday & Sunday (7 weeks) (Starts: 9:00 am)

Start Date: July 6th, 2024

Limited Seats. Enroll Today!

What Our Students Say

Patient with Healthcare Nurse

Rose Cuadrado - Pharmacy Student

"Really like the course of pharmacy tech, in the institute everything you need to know in one class. Great teaching by the best and favorite teacher DR.K. Amazing, her class well explained DR.K made sure you understood the class. No regrets. Thank Dr.K and to all my class mate good luck."
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