EKG Online Program with Telemetry Begins August 1st

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Many hospitals are now opening telemetry units where monitor technicians watch the monitors of patients and alert the physician or nurse when they see a abnormality in the patient's heart rhythm. Certification as a ECG or Telemetry Technician is vital in order to obtain work in the field.

This is the era of online learning. Phlebotomy Career Training has been training students to mastery in ECG and Telemetry interpretation online for the past 7 years. Understanding how to read and interpret EKG rhythms is not an easy task. However, our teachers are nurses with advanced degrees with over 20 years teaching experience and therefore know how to impart knowledge in an easy to understand format. Students will have 24/7 access to all videos from classroom as well as total access to the web-based internet educational portal. Our teachers work closely with student's to make sure that they have a thorough understanding of the materials and concepts. The online classes include video instruction, taped directly from the classroom setting. Advancing the knowledge of telemetry requires students to understand the meaning of trending and vital sign diagnostic reasoning. To this day, Phlebotomy Career Training has graduated hundreds of students who have gone on to advance their fields as ECG and Telemetry Technicians.

Phlebotomy Career Training pioneered the first online Telemetry Class and continues to be the leader in cardiac arrhythmia interpretation. Student's can be sure that they will get the education needed to successfully interview for positions in EKG or monitor tech at hospitals and physicians offices throughout the U.S. The National Telemetry Association has partnered with PCT to offer students the opportunity to sit for the National Telemetry Cardiac Arrhythmia Exam and Electrocardiogram Exam. Currently this prestigious exam is offered online directly through the course. Learning to interpret cardiac rhythms is quickly becoming a specialty field in which graduates are expected to recognize dangerous cardiac rhythms and react immediately. Telemetry jobs are popping up all over the U.S., and as health care costs increase there will be more opportunities in the future.

Educational requirements for ECG and Monitor Technicians are in a constant state of dynamic flux, due to the new diagnostic equipment that most cardiology offices and hospitals use. There is a need for knowledgeable technicians to operate this equipment. Learning how to read and interpret cardiac rhythms can be challenging and fun. Additionally, there is a constant need for experienced individuals in hospital organizations and health care centers.

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