The EKG/ECG Technician program at Dorsey Emergency Medical Academy is designed to provide students with the instruction on skills necessary and information required to pursue a career as an EKG/ECG Technician. Students who successfully complete this program may also challenge the NHA EKG/ECG Certification Exam. This 45 clock-hour program consists of 25 hours of lecture and 20 hours of laboratory skills training. Students in the EKG/ECG Program will be expected to participate in administering and receiving 12-lead EKGs during lab practice.
EKG Training in Michigan
Dorsey Emergency Medical Academy offers EKG training in Michigan at the following locations:
EKG Training Program
Students seeking an EKG training program who choose Dorsey Emergency Medical Academy will be exposed to a variety of topics. The EKG/ECG Technician program is a 45 clock-hour program. This EKG training program consists of 25 hours of lecture and 20 hours of laboratory skills training. During their EKG training program, students at Dorsey Emergency Medical Academy will explore topics such as:
- Introduction to EKG
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart
- Electrophysiology of the Heart
- EKG Leads Placement
- Electrocardiogram Analysis and Interpretation
- Identifying Infarction
- Infection Control and Safety
- …and more!
Looking for EKG Classes in Michigan?
Are you looking for EKG classes in Michigan? If so, take the first step towards your journey to becoming an EKG Technician. Graduates who successfully complete the EKG/ECG Technician program at Dorsey Emergency Medical Academy will be eligible to take an NHA certification exam, however, Dorsey Emergency Medical Academy makes no promise or guarantee of a graduate’s successful outcome of any certification examination or ability to gain certification or recognition by any professional registry.
Contact us for details on upcoming classes for our EKG/ECG Technician program.