Divine HealthTech Institute

As innovative Healthcare industry, we are here to unlock your potential and gear you to success and

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Welcome to Divine HealthTech Institute, we are having our Nurse Aide opening on March 30th 2021

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Do you want to open a Home Care Business?

Call 804-588-9178

We offer the most compressive Home Health Care startup up programs in the industry, providing all of the tools necessary to launch a successful Agency.

We are the industry experts in knowing how to effectively operate, market, prospect and grow a home care business.

Our experience, resources, and proven processes are the best in the industry! These are our four core values tools, resources, in-depth training and comprehensive support services best describe our New Agency Startup Process.

If you are interested in opening a Medicare certified Home Health Care agency

if you are looking to open a Non-Medical Personal/Companion Home Care Agency visit

We offer a highly personalized, hands on service to support our clients. We are with you through everything from the start up process, handling the difficult steps, providing support and most importantly, “Peace of Mind” that everything will be handled properly and professionally.

We have been serving clients for more than 13 years and have helped over 17 agencies throughout the 50 states to achieve their goals using this model:

We open your business, form your LLC for you, get your business a Tax ID and NPI that is needed for billing and getting paid .

We complete your state license application to register your business – We assure you will pass your state license inspection and provide you with a. LICENSING GUARANTEE.

We guarantee you will get licensed in your state or we will issue you a full refund. This refund is based on you qualifying (and any business partners) and passing a state background check.

We provide you with all documents necessary to running your business the correct way.

Everything for All Human Resources and patient Admissions/ patient care

Write policies and procedures compliant to state law and federal and accreditation standards, customized for your agency.

Accreditation assistance for Medicare or Private Duty

Completion of all federal applications.

Accreditaion for Medicare or Private Duty process assistance

Agency audit onsite visit.

We will certify your non-medical home care agency and personnel through Home Care University who offers the industry’s leading home care training certification program. Upon the completion of this 5 day training course you will receive a certificate that will classify your agency as an industry leader and provider of quality home care services.

Access to lifetime training/support and online networking training academy portal for life. We are committed to providing the very best home care training that the industry has to offer.
You and your management team can attend our training programs for FREE for as long as you own your agency. our four and five day training programs are for the following:

Home Health Care Training Programs
Non-Medical Personal Care Training
Private Duty / Medicare Skilled Training
Accreditation for Medicare or Private Duty process assistance
Advanced Workshops:
ICD10 Coding Training
Wound Care Training
Infusion Therapy Training
Advanced Workshop for Medicare-Certified Agencies
Advanced Workshop for Hospice Agencies
Strategic Marketing / Business Development Workshop

Did you know there are government programs that pay for home health care? Medicaid Waiver Network understands exactly how to complete and submit all government forms correctly. This will assure approval and acceptance into state and federal programs. At DHTI is Health Care Consultants, and allied health education programs, our goal is to establish and maintain a well-balanced stream of revenue from all resources (whether public or private).

In honor of our nation’s veterans, DHTI is proud to be part of several veteran home health care patient resource and support programs. When you start a home health care business or open a home health care agency, you have access to this incredible resource. This is a wonderful opportunity to offer home care to veterans and their surviving spouses. Approximately 1 out of every 3 seniors across the nation will qualify for these programs.

Marketing – 1,000 brochures and business card .

Personalized business website and SEO and caregiver tracking system .

Discounted pricing on home care software.

Dedicated coaches to your agency


Registered Medication Aide
For Virginia
Board Exam will be arrange through Board of Nursing


Medication Aide
For Virginia




DIVINE HEALTHTECH INSTITUTE is changing life of our society and her students worldview towards education and practical knowledge. Come and See


Come and unlock your success

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Our First Class Room is called: Florence Nightingale

The First nurse

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Divine HealthTech Institute (DHTI)

I and Compassionist teams determined to secure an outstanding future for this school and my aims are to build on the current strengths, develop a greater focus on enhancing the quality of teaching and learning, and take the school forward on a journey to outstanding in all areas. I am committed to working with the Program Cordinator , Campus Director, staff, students and the local community to transform learning, aspirations and opportunities for our students and in the community in which they live. As Career builder and job placement that this noble institute will be well known and in reality as one as a whole.

My aim is to ensure that our students have access to the best possible opportunities and experiences during their education, so that they can reach their full potential and are better prepared for the future as a best Healthcare professional in these holistic system that cared for life of every individuals. Our work is focused on developing and celebrating students as individuals and not just as learners. We believe that every person is unique in nature, regardless of ability, deserves a first class education. Everyone has hidden potential to be uncovered and nurtured and I strongly believe that together as a learning community we can unlock this potential.

Leonard Chukwujioke
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Registered Medication Aide discount 5%
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Divine HealthTech Institute

207 E Holly Ave Ste 112, Sterling VIRGINIA 20164


How I passed NCLEX...from CNA to NURSE


Divine healthTech Institute is collaborating with The National CLAS Standards are intended to advance health equity, improve quality, and help eliminate health care disparities by establishing a blueprint for health and health care organizations to:

Principal Standard:
1. Provide effective, equitable, understandable, and respectful quality care and services that are responsive to diverse cultural health beliefs and practices, preferred languages, health literacy, and other communication needs.
Governance, Leadership, and Workforce:
2. Advance and sustain organizational governance and leadership that promotes CLAS and health equity through policy, practices, and allocated resources.
3. Recruit, promote, and support a culturally and linguistically diverse governance, leadership, and workforce that are responsive to the population in the service area.
4. Educate and train governance, leadership, and workforce in culturally and linguistically appropriate policies and practices on an ongoing basis.
Communication and Language Assistance:
5. Offer language assistance to individuals who have limited English proficiency and/or other communication needs, at no cost to them, to facilitate timely access to all health care and services.
6. Inform all individuals of the availability of language assistance services clearly and in their preferred language, verbally, and in writing.
7. Ensure the competence of individuals providing language assistance, recognizing that the use of untrained individuals and/or minors as interpreters should be avoided.
8. Provide easy-to-understand print and multimedia materials and signage in the languages commonly used by the populations in the service area.
Engagement, Continuous Improvement, and Accountability:
9. Establish culturally and linguistically appropriate goals, policies, and management accountability, and infuse them throughout the organization's planning and operations.
10. Conduct ongoing assessments of the organization's CLAS-related activities and integrate CLAS-related measures into measurement and continuous quality improvement activities.
11. Collect and maintain accurate and reliable demographic data to monitor and evaluate the impact of CLAS on health equity and outcomes and to inform service delivery.
12. Conduct regular assessments of community health assets and needs and use the results to plan and implement services that respond to the cultural and linguistic diversity of populations in the service area.
13. Partner with the community to design, implement, and evaluate policies, practices, and services to ensure cultural and linguistic appropriateness.
14. Create conflict and grievance resolution processes that are culturally and linguistically appropriate to identify, prevent, and resolve conflicts or complaints.
15. Communicate the organization's progress in implementing and sustaining CLAS to all stakeholders, constituents, and the general public.


in collaboration with U.S. Depart. of Health

Why is Cultural and Linguistic Competency Important?

Culture shapes our language, behaviors, values, and institutions. Delivering care in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner is a key way that you can help improve quality of care for diverse patients. Culturally and linguistically appropriate services (CLAS) are shown to improve the quality of services (Beach et al., 2004; Goode, Dunne, & Bronheim, 2006), increase patient safety (Betancourt, 2006; Brach & Fraser, 2000; Thom, Hall, & Pawlson, 2004), and boost patient satisfaction (Beach et al., 2004).

Nurses spend more time in direct patient care than other groups of health professionals and have a unique opportunity to improve access to and the quality of care delivered. Therefore, nurses play an important role in ensuring care is culturally and linguistically competent.

In describing the compelling need for cultural and linguistic competency, the National Center for Cultural Competence (Goode & Dunne, 2003) identified six primary areas of need. DHTI focus on these areas are:

To respond to current and projected demographic changes in the United States
To eliminate long-standing disparities in the health status of people of diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds
To improve the quality of services and primary care outcomes
To meet legislative, regulatory, and accreditation mandates
To gain a competitive edge in the market place
To decrease the likelihood of liability/malpractice claims
Many of these areas will be discussed in this e-learning program. The following pages focus specifically on two of these reasons: responding to changing demographics and addressing health and health care disparities.

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Medication Aide Course:

Upon completion of this course you will be eligible to sit the Virginia Board of Nursing examination to become Registered Medication Aide. Course includes 20 hours of clinical practice. This course qualifies you to work in assisted living facilities, Rehab or other facilities in need of Registered Medication Aide.


Must have verifiable credentials as listed at Pre-Requisite.
Must pre-register & attend orientation.
Fee: $465

Minimum of $165 due at registration followed by 2 payments of $150 each due at the end of the first & second week of class (Thursday).

NOTE: Payments are accepted from 3rd party sponsoring agency.


What does Medication Aide Do?

Registered Medication Aides are permitted by the Virginia Board of Nursing to administer medications, under the supervision of a licensed nurse, in assisted living facilities.

Medication Aides that are NOT registered are permitted to administer medication in facilities governed by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services (DBHDS), under the supervision of a licensed nurse and other facilities .


Divine HealthTech Institute
(Allied Healthcare Programs)

1. 68 hour Registered Medication Aide Training
2.32 hour Medication Aide Training
3. Refresher Course for Medication Aides
4. Gastrostomy Tube Training (G-Tube)

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Sterling, Virginia


REGISTER FOR Medication Aide 32 Hrs

To BE open ON SEPTEMBER 2018
( CNA, 68 HRS MA)

Medication aides can administer medication in assisted living facilities. To become a Medication Aide you must first be a Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A. ) or a Patient Care Assistant (PCA) who has taken the 40 hour training course approved by The Virginia Department of Social Services. The 68-hour course is designed to teach the student such things (but not limited to) medical practices such as, infection control, medication administration, side effects and adverse reactions of medications along with a section dedicated to the teaching of diabetes.At the completion of the course, the medication aide graduate can sit for their licensure exam. Medication Aid classes are available during daytime hours only at this time. Ms Gilbet is a visiting instructor who is diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Besides knowing what it is like being a patient in a hospital, she brings a new flair and different unique teaching style to our student audience, while at the same time serving as an exemplary mentor to both her class and the community. This course is currently being taught by MICHAEL OKAFOR, RN MSN



How Do I Become a Medication Aide at DHTI?

Medication aide programs are typically offered through community colleges. Some colleges offer Certified Medication Aide or online medication aide programs. Throughout your training program, you'll become familiar with advancements in medicine, medication dispensing practices, outcomes of using different medications and medication interactions. You'll also learn about the safety measures required when handling and storing medications.

If you want to enroll in a medication aide program, you should be at least 18 years of age and possess a minimum of a high school education. Some schools also require you to be certified in a related healthcare position, such as a Certified Nurse Aide before applying. In place of such credentials, some schools might allow prior work experience to suffice for program admittance.

As a graduate of a medication aide program, you'll be able to take vital statistics, document resident records, administer oxygen and apply different types of medications to various parts of the body. You'll have the skills to communicate with residents effectively and demonstrate compassion. You'll also be able to determine the physical and mental needs of residents. Some states might require you to be licensed as a certified or qualified medication aide, which includes passing a state exam, before you can qualify for employment.

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Medication Aide
Do you enjoy working with people? Are you interested in providing medicinal assistance to patients who need it? If so, a career as a medication aide might be for you.

Is Becoming a Medication Aide for Me?
Medication aides work in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and Home Health, Child Care etc. Working as a medication aide, your primary responsibility is providing routine medications to facility residents. In some states, you might also work in care settings for the mentally challenged or in correctional facilities. Your training can range from 32 to 68 hours, and upon training completion, you will typically work under the supervision of nurses.

If you're interested in becoming a medication aide, you should possess proficient verbal and written skills, have knowledge of the English language and be in good mental and physical health. Additionally, you should also be free of any communicable illnesses. As of October 26, 2011, Payscale.com reported that the salary for medication aides ranged from $17,569-$30,413, annually. Currently, it is increasing to $28,000 - $37,000 Annually

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