The EKG Technician program provides the technical skills and work habits required to see entry level positions as an EKG technician.
WHAT YOU DO — EKG technicians prepare patients for procedures; prepare and maintain diagnostic imaging equipment; operate equipment to obtain diagnostic images; review images or test results to check for quality and adequate coverage of the areas needed for diagnoses; recognize the difference between normal and abnormal images, and identify other diagnostic information; analyze diagnostic information to provide a summary of findings for physicians; record findings and keep track of patients’ records.
PROGRAM LENGTH — 10-20 weeks
PROGRAM DELIVERY — BLENDED
PROGRAM COST — $1,999
CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITY — Students are prepared for EKG Technician (CET) certification administered by the National Healthcareer Association.