Palladium trains students for the clinical duties routinely performed in health care facilities. These duties include taking medical histories, recording vital signs, preparing patients for examination, and assisting the physician during the exams and procedures. Students will learn human anatomy and medical terminology. They become familiar with commonly used medical instruments and equipment. Students acquire other commonly used medical skills including taking vital signs, drawing blood, giving injections, disposing of contaminated supplies, basic laboratory tests, and performing electrocardiograms. Moreover, students learn to prepare and administer medications as directed by the physician. Students learn practices such as maintaining supplies and equipment, proper stocking, cleaning and disinfecting exam rooms. Medical terminology is practiced and reviewed throughout each module.