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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technicians can be found in practically every neighborhood, helping people by dispensing medications and prescriptions. With career training in Lincoln’s Pharmacy Technician program, you will become a trusted healthcare professional in your community as you promote better health and help those who rely on your knowledge.

  • Acquire the ability to dispense medications using calculations pertinent to the preparation of pharmaceuticals.
  • Practice filling mock prescriptions, using the electronic balance, filling capsules, solutions, syrups, lotions and IV admixtures.
  • Learn from experienced professionals: Our Pharmacy Technician instructors are certified by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.
  • Gain a professional understanding of the medical ethics pharmacy technicians encounter.
  • Learn customer service skills to address patients’ questions and concerns.
  • A hands-on externship let you work in a community retail pharmacy, long-term care pharmacy or hospital where you will enter prescriptions on a computer, label medications, perform inventory control and more.
  • Make medications, compound drugs and IVs inside a replica pharmacy on campus.

Lincoln’s Pharmacy Technician program offers clinical experience in class and out in the field. This student centered learning environment combined with an exciting scientific curriculum, gives you the tools needed to be successful as a Pharmacy Tech. Plus, this program allows our students to get the skills they need, and enter the workforce – in a short period of time. Whether you start a new career working at a pharmacy or within a state, local or private hospital, you’ll work alongside pharmacists to ensure medications are dispensed responsibly and accurately.

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