Promoting Growth and Professionalism
Preparing for the brightest future, TEMBC is pioneering the field of education through dedication and commitment to our students’ future success. We offer a unique educational experience designed to enhance intellectual growth and promote participatory engagement. We welcome all prospective students for a visit anytime.
ABOUT OUR ALLIED HEALTH BOOTCAMPS
Changing the World
Ever since 2004, TEMBC has been providing career professionals with a rich and diverse learning environment. Knowledge, creativity and a wealth experience have always been at our core, and we’re proud of participants. We always encourage our professional learning community to grow, learn and create each passing day.
BOOTCAMPS BEGINS EVERY 4 WEEKS
Our modules are conveniently online for working professional.
The Bootcamp includes:
A Comprehensive Study Module
COST EFFECTIVE AND BUDGET FRIENDLY
Premium BootCamps are affordable. Each BootCamp is created with research-based strategies to move your career from novice to expert. The premium BootCamps start as low as $699 to $1799.
Our Corporate trainings are designed for medical offices, hospitals, allied health schools. We help with school risk management, building teacher capacity, teacher support and mentoring, and curriculum develop. You may contact us for a free 15 minutes consult.
WHAT WE OFFER
Are you working in your chosen field and never made time for certification?
Certification has found its way into almost every industry for a reason:
It helps advance the profession.
Certification helps employers evaluate potential new hires
Analyze job performance
Market services, and
Motivate employees to enhance their skills and knowledge.
Our BootCamps allow the participant to continue their full time or part time employment while gaining certification. You will never miss a beat!
ALLIED HEALTH INSTRUCTOR
The certified Allied Health Instructor (AHI) is an educator who brings a critical combination of healthcare subject matter expertise and significant teaching experience to the classroom. In addition, AHI certificants must have demonstrated the successful application of subject matter mastery in an educational setting. Individuals certified as AHI take on the most important role of serving as mentors to future practitioners and therefore set examples as experts in their fields.
An EKG Technician is a member of the health care team whose primary duty is the performance of EKGs on patients. An EKG measures the electrical activity of the heart and can be used to diagnose a range of heart diseases.
INSURANCE EXAM TECHNICIAN
An Insurance Examination Technician performs duties such as drawing blood for medical laboratory testing, and EKG recordings for diagnostic evaluation. Phlebotomy refers to the drawing of blood for medical laboratory testing. EKG recordings measure the electrical activity of the heart which is used to help diagnose a range of heart diseases.
MEDICAL BILLING AND CODING
This profession requires the individual to manage insurance claims, patient's billing records, and have extensive knowledge of billing codes.
PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN
A Patient Care Technician is a health technician working under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician, or other health professional to provide basic patient care. Duties may include taking vital signs, obtaining blood and urine samples, performing basic diagnostic tests, and assisting the physician as needed.
A Pharmacy technician is a pharmacy staff member who works under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist, and performs various pharmacy-related functions. In most cases, job duties include giving medication and other health care products to patients, as well as working with third parties and doctor's offices to resolve negotiations of patient's insurance or state programs. Pharmacy technicians often do the routine tasks associated with preparing prescribed medication and providing drugs to patients, but may also do compounding of medications, verbal prescriptions and doctor calls, expense and medication orders, returns and expired credits, and non-licensed pharmacy management.
Phlebotomy technicians are responsible for collecting blood samples from patients. They may work in a variety of different capacities to collect these blood samples, but this is always their major focus. Another big part of their job is the preparing of the blood samples for a variety of different tests and procedures.
CORPORATE OSHA/HIPPA TRAINING
OSHA provides information on employers' training requirements and offers resources such as free publications, videos, and other assistance to help employers protect workers against injuries and illnesses.
ALLIED HEALTH SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND TEACHING SUPPORT
TEMBC Education creates custom curriculum for schools and coach faculty and staff around instructions for successful student outcomes.
ALLIED HEALTH SCHOOL SWOT ANALYSIS AND RISK NEEDS ASSESSMENT
TEMBC Education suports schools in determining priorities, make organizational improvements, or allocate resources. Our process involves determining the needs, or gaps, between where the organization envisions itself in the future and the school's current state.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
Designed to keep health care workers up-to-date on medicaladvances, continuing education (CE) credits are an educational requirement for professionals with health carecareers
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