The Approval and Accreditation statements:

  1. Zurik Healthcare Institute is approved to operate by the Private Business and Vocational Schools Division of the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
  2. Zurik Healthcare Institute is (not) accredited by a US Department of Education recognized accrediting body.

Kelly Home HealthcareKelly Home Healthcare will hire them as soon as they passed their board exam.


An Equal Opportunity Provider for Health Care

an-equal-opportunity-provider-for-health-careHealthcare workers have been in demand even more since the pandemic started. More nurses and physicians are needed not just for COVID-19 patients but for other services as well. That is why here at Zurik Healthcare Institute, a CNA School in Homewood, Illinois, we strive to give all healthcare aspirants opportunities to pursue careers and bring service to people.

Our institute is known for offering a quality Basic Nursing Assistant Training Program. This program consists of 80 hours of theory and 40 hours of practical lessons covering the following subjects:

  • Body functions and systems
  • Rights and safety of residents
  • Assistance in diagnosis and vital signs
  • Being a functional member of the health care team
  • Nutrition and personal care and care of patients with special needs

We also offer Phlebotomy Technician Program in Illinois which is a nine-week course with classes thrice a week. It will cover 70 hours of theory and 20 hours of hands-on experience in intravenous and capillary blood drawing. Students will be expected to perform 25 unsupervised venipuncture minimum using standard equipment and syringe and butterfly apparatus.

If you aspire to become a skilled phlebotomist, then this program is definitely perfect for you.

We are dedicated to developing competent, caring, and productive students through quality training to reinforce the healthcare service sector. For learning the basics of being a nursing assistant or a phlebotomy technician, do not hesitate to contact us and enroll today!

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