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Introduced in 2010, our Medical Assisting with X-Ray (Limited Scope) and EKG Tech school/training program in Little Rock helps you prepare to test for and earn your limited scope X-ray license.(1) But that’s not all! We also offer you a chance to earn your EKG certification.(1) And the fee for your first attempt at both exams is on us!Contact or request information on our medical assisting with limited scope X-ray tech and EKG school program in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Our Little Rock Medical Assisting with X-Ray (Limited Scope) and EKG Tech training program features:
During your training, you’ll assume roles as both patient and technologist to get a real feel for the work.
The average class size is between 12 and 15 students, but our lab can accommodate up to 24 students.
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Students in our medical assisting with EKG and limited scope X-ray technician school program can earn these certifications either during or after program completion:(1)
With training and certifications in these areas, you may be qualified for entry-level positions in cardiology, orthopedics, prosthetics, and many other healthcare areas.(1)
Our 12-month medical assisting with EKG tech and limited scope X-ray school diploma program incorporates certification review questions into our lecture classes. But we don’t stop there: We also offer review sessions once a month for current students and graduates so that you can refresh your knowledge and skills before taking the exams.
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Hands-on experience inside and outside the medical assisting with limited scope X-Ray technician and EKG classrooms play a key role at our college in Little Rock, as it does for all our other programs.
Already, guest speakers in Little Rock have included a local chiropractor and the Director of the Radiation Division from the Arkansas Department of Health.
Field trips to local area hospitals and clinics are also being scheduled.
Some students in our medical assisting with EKG tech and limited scope X-ray school program work as volunteers at local free clinics to practice their skills.
A number of our students are also members of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and volunteer anywhere from 20 to 100 hours of their time in community endeavors before they graduate.
In addition, the following Little Rock externship sites have worked with our students to help them practice their learned skills as they work side by side with them in the field:(1),(2)
In fact, several students have already moved from externships to employment at some of these local hospitals and clinics.(1),(2)
From beginning to end, our instructors are here to help provide you with the necessities for a potential role as an entry-level medical assistant with training in EKG or limited scope X-ray tech.(1)As a group, our instructors have earned these credentials:
Our educators believe in their students and in what they teach. Here’s what current instructor Lori Stark says: “I’ve worked in the cardiology/paramedic field for 23 years, and I find that the training our students receive surpasses most programs that I’ve attended. I would trust any of our students to work on my family and friends.”
If that’s the kind of specialized healthcare training you’re looking for in Little Rock, call or visit us today!
(1)Employment upon graduation is not guaranteed. Additional requirements for licensure and/or certification may apply.(2)Must meet minimum GPA requirements to qualify for externship opportunities.
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