Lutheran Medical Center

Pharmacy Technician Academy

Prepare to be a Pharmacy Technician in Just 16 weeks

And Just for $3,000

Don't lose out on this career opportunity! To start your application, email

That's less than other schools' tuition. Plus, get trained by actual pharmacists in a real a hospital-pharmacy setting, not an academic institution.

In less than four months you can become fully qualified to start earning good money in one of America's fastest growing professions: Certified Pharmacy Technician.

And you can do it at one of Colorado's most established, trusted and honored medical facilities, with its hospital-based Pharmacy Technician Academy that is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.

Study and learn on-site at Lutheran Medical Center, centrally-located in Wheat Ridge, where the hospital employs pharmacists, pharmacy residents, pharmacy interns and certified pharmacy technicians.

Who better to teach pharmacy techs than those who work day in and day out in pharmacies?

Lutheran's Pharmacy Technician Academy features a faculty of tested veterans and seasoned professionals who know pharmacy inside and out.

This is the first hospital-based, accredited program of its kind in the state. The academy's goal is simple: to provide high-quality, pharmaceutical, healthcare training.

Simple, straight-forward and yes, very needed.

The pharmacy technician field remains one of the fastest growing occupations today. In 2012, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that there were about 355,300 pharmacy technicians in the U.S. And that number is expected to grow by 20 percent in just ten years.

Start creating your future today, classes starting soon:

Email the Pharmacy Technician Academy today at:
Lutheran associates may be eligible for a tuition discount
No previous medical training is required.  
Class sizes are limited to just 10 students.

Don't miss out on this career opportunity! To start your application process, print, fill out and email a completed student application form along with a typed essay (max of 500 words) explaining why you are interested in and should be considered for the Pharmacy Technician Academy at Lutheran to

Lutheran Medical Center Foundation provided funds to help start the Pharmacy Technician Training Program at LMC. Donor funds helped purchase equipment, create educational resources and support initial faculty training. To support the Pharmacy Technician Training Program, please contact the Lutheran Medical Center Foundation.

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