Cardiac Care Technician

In twenty weeks you will receive the hands-on experience you need to start a career as a Cardiac Care Technician. Earning an average $25,000 a year, you’ll read and interpret heart rhythms and arrhythmias in hospitals and other clinical settings. Cardiac Care Technicians can go on to become Patient Care Technicians or EKG Technicians. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology with a grade of C or better and AHA CPR Certified.

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Take all of the following:

Medical Terminology

ID: CEMPR-524

Students will learn medical terminology by analyzing the prefix, suffix, word roots, and combinations used in medical terms. This course is a prerequisite for other courses and medical certificate programs. This course may be used for exemption of AHS 102.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Medical Terminology - Online

ID: CEMPR-525

Students will learn medical terminology by analyzing the prefix, suffix, word roots, and combinations used in medical terms. This course is a prerequisite for other courses and medical certificate programs. This course may be used for exemption of AHS 102. Mandatory attendance for orientation, mid-term, and final exam. Must have PC availability.

  • Total Hours: 48.00
  • CEUs: 4.80
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Cardiac Care Technician

ID: CEMED-500

The ability to read and recognize heart rhythms is the main function of the cardiac care technician. Students will receive hands-on experience in interpreting heart rhythms and arrhythmias. White scrubs and white closed-toe shoes must be worn to all classes/clinicals. Clinical hours will vary. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology with a grade of C or better and AHA CPR Certified.

  • Total Hours: 46.00
  • CEUs: 4.60
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