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What Does An EKG Technician Do?


EKG technicians generally work in busy healthcare settings. They work in hospitals, outpatient centers, doctors’ offices, and labs.EKG technician duties may include: scheduling patient appointments, running EKGs (electrocardiograms) and stress tests, prepping patients for Holter or ambulatory monitoring, editing and delivering test results to physicians, transcribing doctors’ notes, and much more. As an EKG technician, you can expect to be on your feet for most of the day as you bring patients from the waiting room to their testing rooms. EKG technicians also may need to offer extra hands-on assistance to the frail and elderly who come in for EKGs.

 

What the course will help you:

 

 

  • Course materials and exam costs included
  • Online flexibility allows you to work trainings around your schedule
  • On-demand access to your training materials lets you work as fast as you'd like
  • Stat Partners blueprint for success leading to 98% exam pass rates
  • Course topics including medical terminology, human anatomy, and electrocardiography
  • 100% Online

 

 

Earning your CET Certification through Stat Partners means you’ll become nationally certified, which ensures employers you’re continually updating your knowledge in the electrocardiography field. Without this, a potential employer can’t verify your electrocardiography skills, decreasing your chances of being hired.

 

Join today to get yourself started with this easy journey of certification at $299!

Certified EKG Technician (EKG) Online Program & National Accreditation Exam

$299.99Price
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