Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Dallas, TX - Nov 23, 2016 - For hospital administrators, an aging population means they need to be able to rely on highly-trained medical technicians to help doctors provide the best care possible for their patients. Because of this increased demand, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) determines that cardiovascular technologists will see a job outlook of 24 percent through 2024 – a much higher-than-average estimate.
Telemetry Technicians fall under this category. They are responsible for recognizing dangerous heart arrhythmia abnormalities and promptly notifying physicians and nurses in charge.
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A Telemetry Tech’s role carries with it a lot of responsibility because they are often monitoring high-risk or critically-ill patients. They are also usually the first and/or only people who know a patient is in distress because they are constantly watching the monitors.
Because of the serious responsibilities involved with this kind of work, we felt it was important to create our Telemetry Technician Course in 2009 to make sure that our students were getting the best training available.
One of the first classes of its kind nationwide, this all-inclusive, self-paced and professionally-taught class option can fit into anyone’s budget. In the last seven years, hospitals and community colleges all over the U.S. have come to rely on our course to train their employees in how to read and interpret Cardiac rhythms.
For only $175, our students will receive personalized attention by having their own online instructor whom they may reach out to throughout the duration of the course. Students also get access to all of our online materials, which include classroom video lectures and practice tests, as well as The National Telemetry Certification Exam.
With access to our online portal 24/7, students can complete this course at their own speed as long as they finish before the 6-month deadline.
Give those under your care peace of mind. With our Telemetry Technician Certification, you will be able to:
Monitor important health vitals such as blood pressure, heart rate and heart rhythm from the hospital or a remote location on special telemetry equipment.
Confidently interpret data for critically-ill or high-risk patients in or just out of ICU.
Detect if a patient has heart problems or is suitable for surgery.
Explain test results to your patients.
Establish that you have the skills necessary to provide quality care to your most critical patients.
Be eligible to receive greater job opportunities like higher pay and more responsibility.
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Phlebotomy Training Center