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Our Programs

EKG technicians work in physician’s offices, hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities and organizations. EKG technicians also work for insurance companies to provide data for health and life insurance policies. Similar to other growing healthcare professions, the demand for EKG technicians is expected to continue to grow substantially.

Upon successful completion of the program, students will have the ability to use their skills and knowledge to be qualified to gain entry-level employment as a EKG Technician to work in a medical clinic, clinical labs, hospital, or private practice office, the student may test for the National Health career Association’s certification exam as a certified EKG Technician (CET); also the students could be National Certified as a Electrocardiography Technician (NCET) under National Center for Competency Testing.

Complete your program in 7 Weeks!

EKG Technician

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