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National Healthcareer Association (NHA)

Contact information

 

Call (800) 499-9092 to reach the Help Center.

Certification exams

 

Oregon Medical Training's programs will provide you with the knowledge and skills required for you to qualify to take the NHA's certification exam. This opportunity is for new upcoming phlebotomists, pharmacists and EKG technicians. By successfully passing our program and the NHA certification exam, you will become a healthcare professional certified in the state of Oregon.

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Graduate students are required to first create an NHA account by using an email and password to register. You may use our school as your institution, but it is not required since we are no longer proctoring the NHA certification exam. By registering our school, we can send results to your instructors for them to review how well the class did on average. 

Requirements for eligibility to take NHA certification exam

 

Our training programs specifically train you to prepare for the NHA certification exam. Here is what is needed for you to be eligible:

Phlebotomy — Each candidate for the CPT certification must be able to provide evidence that he/she has successfully performed a minimum of 30 venipunctures and 10 capillary sticks or finger sticks on live individuals. Alternatively: the candidate must complete one year of supervised work experience in a phlebotomy technician field within the last three years. All candidates must possess a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency (for at least 60 days).

EKG — Each candidate for the CET certification must be able to provide evidence that he/she has successfully performed a minimum of 10 EKGs on live individuals. Alternatively: the candidate must complete one year of supervised work experience in an EKG technician field within the last three years. All candidates must possess a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency (for at least 60 days). 

Pharmacy​ — Each candidate for the CPhT certification must be able to provide evidence that he/she has successfully worked for one year with at least 1,200 hours of supervised pharmacy-related work within the last three years. Alternatively: the candidate must complete a pharmacy technician training or education program within the last five years. All candidates must possess a high school diploma or GED/high school equivalency (for at least 60 days).

Frequently asked questions.

 

For the most accurate representation of the National Healthcareer Association's most frequently asked questions, we advise you to closely view the NHA website for updates and changes. We also direct students to use the Help Center by calling (800) 499-9092.

 
 

Where can I determine if I am eligible to take the certification exam?

 
 

Make sure you're qualified to sit for the NHA certification exam. Take the quiz to see if you qualify today.

 
 
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