Electrocardiography Short-Term Technical CertificateThis program is available at the Beavercreek and Springfield - Leffel Lane locations.
This certificate/area of specialization is focused on providing students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform an electrocardiogram (ECG) and recognize normal and common abnormal cardiac rhythms.
All courses can be applied to the Patient Care Technician departmental certificate, Multi-Skilled Healthcare one-year certificate, Associate of Technical Studies Mult-skilled Healthcare degree, and the Medical Assisting one-year certificate and associate degree programs. Courses can also enhance the skills of students in the associate degree nursing programs.
Students who wish to obtain a credential as a certified electrocardiography (ECG) technician can do so through an Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) approved certification agency. To be eligible to test, the graduate must submit a copy of their Clark State certificate of completion of electrocardiography course work and documentation of successfully performing a specified number of 12-lead ECGs. An ODHE approved credentialing agency is:
Additional information about obtaining these credentials will be provided in MST 1171 class.