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The Pharmacy Technician Program is a one-year certification program that prepares you for employment in a variety of healthcare environments such as hospitals, pharmacies, and nursing homes. Plus, this is the only accredited program in northern Michigan!
“Taking a leap of faith and joining the Pharmacy Technician Program through Mid was easily one of the best decisions I have made. Mid supplied so many practical tools and real-life experiences for me to get a taste of what the pharmacy industry was all about in the real world. Ashley and Nicole helped me improve my self-confidence and excel by providing hands-on training in scenarios that I could then take with me to my career. 10/10 recommend for anyone curious about the world of pharmacy.” -Rylee
"I completed Mid's Pharmacy Technician Program in 2014-2015. All of my courses were in person, with the clinical semester during the summer months. I felt like the program really helped get me ready for clinical rotation. The retail and hospital courses have lab times which are great for hands-on learners. During the clinical rotations, I saw firsthand what working in a retail or hospital pharmacy was like. After I completed the program, I was offered a position working in a hospital pharmacy and I absolutely love it!" - Emily
"This program provided me with the background knowledge that I needed to be able to do what was expected of me when I completed my training in clinical settings. The pharmacy that you are interning at treats you like a potential employee, and they watch every move to see if you have what it takes to become one of their team members. I felt very well prepared, and it showed because I was offered a job at both of my clinical locations. I have now been employed there for 3 years. I also felt prepared to be able to take my boards for my national license. In clinical settings, you learn quite a bit of different things. Retail you learn the basics of helping patients by filling their prescriptions. Along with learning how to maintain the inventory and how fast-paced the setting is. Hospital is a whole different setting The one that I attended, I learned how to set up the Omnicell’s for the nurses along with the bags for the EMTs to make sure they were all set up for when the ambulance was out called on emergency runs.Overall, I feel that if I did not complete this program I would not be where I am today." - Ashley
Mid Named in Top Seven Pharmacy Technician Schools in Michigan
Michigan is the 10th most populous and the 11th largest state in the country. This, along with higher medical needs of an aging population and excellent advances in the pharmaceutical field convert to brilliant prospects for pharmacy technicians in Michigan. We've ranked Michigan's top 7 ASHP accredited pharmacy technician schools, and Mid Michigan College received recognition. The schools on this list, including Mid Michigan College, are known to have consistently delivered successful academic programs at an affordable cost.
Beginning Fall 2017, any student accepted to the Pharmacy Technician Program, will be enrolled under the Certificate Program. The Training Credential Program will no longer be offered. Students currently enrolled in the Training Credential Program will remain in the program, and will be the last cohort to graduate under this program. Please note changes to the curriculum by reviewing the Pharmacy Technician Program: Certificate Program packet.
Campus Safety, Security, and Non Discrimination, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Information
In its commitment to providing a safe environment, Mid Michigan College actively endeavors to broaden our diversity, promote equal opportunity and prohibits any form of discrimination in its programs, activities, and conditions of admission or employment. Learn more about these efforts and policies by visiting www.midmich.edu/eeo , www.midmich.edu/titleix, www.midmich.edu/security.
Mid strongly encourages anyone who observes or experiences any acts of harassment, discrimination, inequitable treatment, or sexual misconduct to report the incident and seek assistance from the College’s Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator as follows:
Martricia (Tricia) Farrell, Director of College Compliance & Ethics, Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator; 1375 S. Clare Ave., Harrison, MI 48625, Office: Business Services & Payroll, Room 205; 2600 S. Summerton Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858. Office: Center for Liberal Arts & Business, Room 168C (located inside Library and Learning Services) ; (989) 386-6622 x394; email@example.com
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