How much does a patient care technician make?

Answer As of November 2009, a patient care technician with under a year of experience usually makes $9.34 to $11.84 per hour, while one with 20 or more years of experience can expect $12.74 to $16.67. Wit... Read More »

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How much does a certified hemodialysis patient care technician make?

As of May 2008, a certified hemodialysis patient care technician earned an average of $13.05 per hour or $27,144 per year based upon a 40-hour work week, according to After 20 years o... Read More »

What is a Patient Care Technician?

Patient care technicians, also known as certified nursing assistants, are medical workers trained in providing basic hygiene and care to patients in hospitals or long term care facilities.

Patient Care Technician Certification?

A patient care technician is an entry-level health care professional, who has the skill and education to perform the duties of a nursing aide, providing elementary patient care such as taking vital... Read More »

What is the difference between a patient care technician& a CNA?

Patient care technicians and certified nursing assistants, or CNAs, are valued members of the health care team. They usually have the greatest amount of interaction with patients and provide basic ... Read More »