Hallmark Health System has been awarded a $15,000 Staples Foundation grant for the pharmacy technician certification (PTC) program. The grant will provide scholarships to high school graduates who are high achieving participants of Hallmark Health System community service programs, including the Healthy Families and North Suburban WIC programs, to enroll in the PTC training program.

The innovative PTC program trains local participants for careers as pharmacy technicians. Under the supervision of licensed pharmacists, pharmacy technicians assist with the preparation and delivery of medications to patient units or treatment areas.

The (PTC) program is a combined classroom-based and hands-on certificate program aimed at providing the key skills to train tomorrow’s pharmacy technicians. The PTC is a joint effort of the pharmacy department at Hallmark Health System and the Lawrence Memorial Continuing Studies Certificate Program.

For more information about the pharmacy technician certificate program, please call 781-306-6600 or visit http://lmregis.org/continuing-studies/pharmacy-technician-certificate-program/

 

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