Cardiac Monitor  Technician Course

The Cardiac Monitor Technician also known as Telemetry Technician course prepares students for a position at a hospital, outpatient care center, clinics or physicians’ offices. Upon completion of the 60 hours course at Florida Vocational Institute (FVI) students will receive a Monitor Technician/ Unit Clerk Certificate. A new medical career awaits!

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Monitor Technician Program

Telemetry Technician Training

What Can I Expect?

The Cardiac Monitor or Telemetry Technician course is a 6 week long course that completely prepares students to perform the daily duties related to cardiac monitoring and telemetry.

This is a continuing education course for graduates of a Medical Assistant or Patient Care Technician program who will acquire additional skills and may be suited for positions such as a patient monitor technician, ECG/cardiac technician or telemetry technician.

When you complete the Telemetry/Monitor Technician program at FVI you will have mastered many skills including:

  • Describe the cardiovascular system
  • Identify legal and ethical responsibilities of an EKG Monitor Technician
  • Demonstrate knowledge of, apply and use medical instrumentation modalities
  • Perform patient care techniques in the health care facility
  • Recognize normal and abnormal cardiac telemetry monitoring results
  • Describe common cardiovascular drugs, their actions, use and adverse effects
  • Set up telemetry monitoring, interpret and report abnormal rhythms to the nurse
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate and use interpersonal skills effectively.
  • Use oral and written communication skills in creating, expressing and interpreting information
  • Perform clerical duties
  • Perform patient admission, transfer and discharge procedures
  • Prepare discharge/transfer chart for medical records/new unit
  • Demonstrate the importance of health, safety, and environmental management systems in organizations and their importance to organizational performance and regulatory compliance
  • Read, interpret, process, coordinate and transcribe physicians’ orders
  • Organize and maintain efficient work practices

Campus Locations

Miami Campus

7757 West Flagler Street, Suite 220
Miami, FL 33144
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Miramar Campus

3520 Enterprise Way
Miramar, FL 33025
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Employment Opportunities:

Students will learn the tasks and activities that a Monitor/Telemetry Technician will be expected to perform on the job. All students are giving the tools needed to perform these duties once they complete the telemetry technician course. Duties include: registering a patient, maintaining cardiac monitoring device support, educating the patient, administering cardiac tests, analyzing rhythms and processing test findings.

Telemetry technicians, also known as monitoring technicians or cardiac monitoring technicians, are responsible for monitoring a patient’s heart activity.

The medical industry is in need of more telemetry technicians so a career in this field can be lucrative.

Course Details

  • Course hours: 60 (6 weeks)
  • Eligible Candidates: Graduates from Medical Assistant or Patient Care Technician who are already nationally certified as EKG Technician.
  • Students are encouraged to sit for the certified rhythm analysis technician (CRAT) exam through Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI). To learn more visit www.cci-online.org
  • Eligible candidates are expected to have prior knowledge of regulatory and compliance standards (OSHA, HIPPA, informed consent, medical records), medical ethics, patient safety, emergency response, medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, communication with patients and staff and ECG troubleshooting.

Monitor Technician Certification

Think the Monitor (Telemetry) Technician course is right for you?

Contact us today to find out more about how you can enter this growing field and start a new, more rewarding career.

This program is offered at:
Miami Campus Only

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