Welcome to our EKG Technician Program

Since 2001 Critical Care Education has been the leader in Allied Health Education and has excelled at providing our students with demanding programs that leaves them prepared and ready for the field of EKG Technician, Monitor Technician, and Telemetry Technician.  We maintain a high quality that is modeled and adopted from leading state and national organizations.

Our programs are recognized and accredited with:

  • The National Healthcare Association
  • Cardiovascular Credentialing International
  • Bureau of Registered Nursing

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Why Choose Critical Care Education?

What has made our programs excel is our focus on the student by maintaining a small class size to keep our students individual needs satisfied. We have brought new age learning techniques to our students and stand by the consistent quality and mastery of EKG rhythm interpretation that our programs delivers.

Our programs are designed to provide you with all the training you need to enter the medical fields of Telemetry Technician, Monitor Technician, and EKG Technician.

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Application Process

The steps you will need to take to become enrolled into our Allied Health Programs


What is a Monitor Technician

Monitor Technicians are typically found in Critical Care or step-down units of the hospital. They are stationed at the nurse’s station and monitor patient heart waves while assisting with secretarial duties. A Monitor Technician's job is simple monitor and document EKG Rhythms while assisting the unit secretary with record keeping.


What is an EKG Technician?

EKG Technician's work beside nurse's performing stress tests and Holter monitoring on patients. Look at the video below to see what a stress test is. EKG technicians also perform Holter monitoring which is an ambulatory device that records the patient’s EKG rhythms for 24 hours or more and the EKG Technician then interprets the data to find abnormalities that are then reported to the physician.


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Our EKG Technician Program

Our program are delivered in an Online or Traditional in-class format and will prepare you to start a healthcare career as a Telemetry Technician or Monitor Technician


What is a Telemetry Technician?

Telemetry Technicians are in the Telemetry unit of the hospital and is stationed at the nurse’s station monitoring patient heart waves. They spend their shift watching for subtle and not-so-subtle changes in heart waves. A telemetry technician's job is simple to ensure no change goes unnoticed and to alert the nurse if changes do occur.