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Clinical tech (Housekeeping/ Patient transport)

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Guys? Will being a clinical tech count towards HCE or PCE which involves only 50% of transporting patients and 50% of housekeeping in a hospital setting?

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That wouldn’t be considered PCE. You need to do something hands on, where you are taking care/assessing a patient. With patient transport, you are hands on somewhat, but you are not responsible for their medical care. Same with housekeeping. So that would probably go under HCE

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And I'd venture to say it's a stretch for HCE (sorry but housekeeping duties won't count).  I guess patient transport COULD be HCE but usually HCE are professional type jobs that just don't have patient care (lab tech, X-ray tech, etc etc).  

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