• Accredited EKG/ECG Technician Program.
We are also a National Examination testing site for the American Society Phlebotomy Technicians. You can take your National EKG/ECG Exam upon graduating from our program to obtain your national license as an EKG/ECG Technician
Medical Skills Training Center’s EKG/ECG Technician Course will run for (6.5)weeks. This course provides you with the necessary certifications needed to obtain a EKG/ECG license, that is accepted anywhere in North America.
The objective of the EKG Technician Course is to provide graduates with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to qualify as an ECG/EKG Technician Technician in a medical facility, physician office, clinic, or rehabilitation center. Students are prepared to take national certification exams upon completion of this extremely comprehensive program.
An EKG is a medical test that records the heart’s electrical impulses. To perform this task, a technician fastens electrodes to a patient to be read by the EKG machine. The information or reading that is obtained and printed out is given to the physician to interpret.
The EKG Technician is the person responsible for performing diagnostic tests to access the heart rhythm and rate in patients. EKG’s are also performed before and after operations, during physicals, examinations of patients, for patients with a history of heart disease, when patients are experiencing chest pains and when the Doctor deems it necessary. The well trained EKG technician is an integral part of the management of patients with heart disease. The EKG Technician may also clean equipment, maintain and process data reports. Technicians who have additional training may also perform Holter monitoring or treadmill stress tests. The Holter monitor is a machine that is used to continuously monitor and record the electrical activity of a patient’s heart for a 24-hour period. The majority of EKG technicians are employed by hospitals.
⁃ Seating: Our program seats 15 students to a class.
⁃ Day Classes: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.
⁃ Course Length – (6.5)weeks of Theory/Lecture and Lab
⁃ On-site: BLS and ACLS Certification, Lecture, Lab, Video and skills Training
⁃ Professional and Licensed Healthcare Instructors
⁃ Hands On Experience
⁃ Graduation Ceremony
⁃ Take Your National Test at Medical Skills Training Center
⁃ Hands On Experience
Course information includes:
⁃ Role of the EKG technician & areas of employment
⁃ Function of the EKG Department
⁃ Introduction to medical terminology
⁃ Basic cardiovascular anatomy & physiology
⁃ Electrical conduction – concepts of cardiac polarization, depolarization & repolarization
⁃ Interpreting cardiac rhythms: normal sinus rhythm, ventricular rhythm, sinus bradycardia, sinus tachycardia, biochemical arrhythmias, pacemaker arrhythmias, myocardial infarction
⁃ Performing 12 lead EKGs – Properties of the electrocardiograph, placement, troubleshooting, interpretation
⁃ Basic EKG analysis
⁃ Diagnostic procedures; Stress testing; Holter monitoring, Event monitoring
⁃ Cardiovascular medications
⁃ Patient preparation, patient safety, HIPAA
What’s included within your tuition cost?
BLS Training & Certification Card
White Lab Coat
EKG/ECG Certificate of Completion
Additional Costs Not Included within the Tuition cost:
• License Exam Testing fee
• Immunization Records(Visit to your PCP)
• ACLS Training & Certification Card (optional $275) ACLS Training & Certification Card is optional, it is not required to have but is needed if you plan on working in a Hospital, Ambulatory facilities, EMT, etc..
CROSS TRAINING-EKG AND Phlebotomy Technician classes $4,200. That’s a value of $800 off your total cost when you sign up for both programs
Tutoring-Get the extra “One on One” help you need to pass the course!(Must be currently enrolled into MSTC programs) Tutoring hours:(by appointments only)
Fee: $15 dollars an hour
Medical Skills Training Center
681 Park Ave,Suite 11,Cranston RI 02910