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EKG Program

Certified EKG technicians make a difference every day

By administering EKGs — testing the electronic activity of the heart through small electrode patches attached to the body — you'll be making a life-changing difference, helping people of all ages prevent and treat heart disease.


EKG Technicians perform ECG tests that record and monitor electrical impulses transmitted by the heart.  An EKG Technician administers diagnostic cardiac tests to patients pre-surgery or who may have cardiac problems.  The tests help detect and monitor medical conditions such as heart disease, arrhythmias, pericarditis, and angina.

As an EKG tech, you may perform some or all of the following tasks:

  • Set up and administer EKGs (electrocardiograms) and stress tests

  • Prepare patients for Holter or ambulatory monitoring

  • Edit and deliver final test results to physicians for analysis

  • Schedule appointments

  • Transcribe physicians' interpretations

Students learn:

  • Anatomy of the heart

  • Physiology

  • Medical disease processes

  • Medical terminology

  • Medical ethics

  • Laboratory assisting

  • Electrocardiography

  • Echocardiography

EKG Training Schedule:


Skills in Person

What's Included:

Study Guide

National Certification*

(*Upon successful completion of course)

Cost of the course:


Payment Plan available.

Please see our financing page for more information.


Register online

Enrollment must be in person.

Call 832-286-4271

to schedule a tour or for more information.

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