PCT Salaries in Orlando - page 2

Hi there! I've read quite a few post where nursing students (or graduates) mentioned working as a PCT (Patient Care Tech aka CNA) at Fl Hospital or ORMC. I will be starting a LPN program in... Read More

  1. by   richquis
    That does sound familiar, now that you mention it, that you get the CNA/PCT training in the LPN program. I remember reading that we are to take the CNA test (not the PCT test,though. I think that's different.) in the first part of the program. Thank you so much for the information.
  2. by   Destinyx13
    No problem!! At our hospital a tech just needs a CNA certification OR 1 semester of clinicals! Good Luck!!
  3. by   richquis
    Thank you so much! You have been a wonderful help! I feel better about going into Nursing now! I have an 11 year old and was trying to work out the school and work thing! Thanks again, Destinyx13!
  4. by   Destinyx13
    No problem!! Glad I was able to help!! If you have any other questions or need anything else just let me know!
  5. by   newyorkgrrrrrrrrrrrl
    I am a new tech in orlando and the hospital i work at starts out at 12$ per hour plus I am pool so I get an additional 15 percent...and of course more after 3pm, weekends, and night....