How to Become a Medical Technician in New Hampshire
Steps to becoming a Medical Technician in New Hampshire
Once you are confident that you can perform the skills learned through online or campus based New Hampshire medical technician schools it is an appropriate time to apply for the certification exam.
Three steps to follow for the testing
- Locate the necessary forms and complete them. At this time, you will also include the cost of testing, usually by check or credit card.
- When your application is complete and you have paid your charges for the test, you will have an exam date established and a test site indicated. Often there will be several locations for testing in order to provide you with a convenient choice.
- When the test is over you will walk out of the testing center with your results. While these are not official, (you must wait for that to come to you in the mail) it is good to know what your results are immediately.
There are two parts to the test process. The first contains a written section where your knowledge is tested by your answers. The next part is actual fieldwork. In this section of the test, you have the opportunity to put to use all of the skills you have acquired by demonstrating your knowledge and capability in a lab setting.
After you receive certification as a Medical Technician, you requirements are met and you are ready for employment. New Hampshire State Medical Board does not have a state license for a Medical Technician.
http://www.nh.gov/medicine/licensing/ http://www.nmmb.state.nm.us/ Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Medical Technicians in Manchester, Nashua, East Concord, Concord and Derry Village, New Hampshire may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Concord Hospital, Wentworth Douglas Hospital, Catholic Medical Center and Cheshire Medical Center.