This EKG technician training will consist of 24 hours of classroom (theory) and skills. Each student will learn basic theoretical component, which is approved by the State Of Connecticut. Students will be trained on competency skills and theory, in conclusion, Northeast Medical Institute will prepare students for the Final Exam with National Healthcareer Association (NHA).
Our EKG program is the ONLY 3 Day program in all of Southern Connecticut and Fairfield County.
***If you need extra accommodations due to a disability you must present a Doctors note at-least 2 weeks prior to the start of the class. You will then need to register on www.NHAnow.com and specify accommodations. This process can take 3-4 weeks and is handled directly by NHA and not Northeast Medical Institute***
Who should attend?
Northeast Medical Institute’s EKG training allows students interested in becoming a Patient Care Technician the vital knowledge to perform an EKG on a patient. In addition, students who are interested in the process of performing an EKG are highly recommended to take this course.
We highly recommend:
- High School Seniors/Juniors who are 18+ (or those who just graduated High School)
Clinical experience is vital for those who are looking to enter into the PA, Nursing, or Medical field. As a high school student or even a college student, you may not know if you like working in a medical facility, however, we give you the opportunity to learn more about the medical field. As an EKG Technician, you can take our PCT Program to get vital experience in a hospital setting
- Individuals seeking a Career Change
Looking to change your career, however, you know sure how to get your foot in the door in the medical field? Our EKG course can start you out in the right direction to gain invaluable experience.
- Unemployed Individuals
Unemployed? Need to make money to pay bills that are piling up? You may qualify for our financing through Paypal! Paypal 6 month no interest financing can help you pay for your education over time. More information at this link.
What do EKG Technicians do as a Patient Care Technician (PCT)?
- Set up a EKG Machine and stress tests
- Prepare patients files for physician
- Schedule appointments as needed
- Be able to identify basic ekg rhythms
In addition to all of these skills you learn in the EKG Technician training program, you will become efficient with patient interaction.