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Course: EKG Technician Training Program
If you’ve been labeled as a “Techie”, than earning a certificate as an EKG Technician should be on your to-do list. EKG Techs specialize in operating medical equipment used to measure a patient’s heart performance. They’re typically employed in hospitals, private cardiology clinics, and laboratories. This is the skill on your resume can launch your healthcare career in only a matter of weeks.
Medway’s 50-hour EKG Technician Training Program, provides classroom instruction on patient care, physiology, anatomy, use of EKG/ECG machines, and perform 12-Lead/15-Lead EKGs. Students also learn about ambulatory monitoring, stress testing, and telemetry. In short, our EKG Technician program will prepare you for the certification exam.
Advantages of Medway EKG
Classes are set in an active Physician’s Clinic.
We’ll pay for your Certification Exam when you’re ready to take it.
Low Program cost / Short Program
Job Outlook / Stats
Currently, the median EKG Tech salary in the United States is $50,000 per year and range from $27,000 on the lower end and all the way up to $77,000.
We’ve done our best to simplify the application process, but there are some prerequisites in order to gain access to our program.
Entrance ExaminationApplicant must complete and pass the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) Health Form with a proficiency score equivalent to at least a 12th grade level in all areas including: reading, mathematics computation, applied math, and language.
Documents for SubmissionThe following must be completed by the applicant before they can be accepted into the program:
- Proof of completion of secondary education or its equivalent (GED certification, official transcript of records from an accredited higher education institution in the US.)
- Proof of good medical and physical health examination
- Signed IDPH Authorization for Healthcare Worker Background Check. Results of check must not include any disqualifying convictions.