Would you like to be able to say that you helped a patient with chronic heart problems? In Gwinnett Tech's Cardiovascular Technology program, you'll train using imaging technology that will assist cardiologists in diagnosing heart and blood vessel ailments. You'll master the medical equipment used in the field and develop the skills necessary to be successful as an entry-level cardiovascular technologist. With the growth in our area's cardiac services, your skills are sure to be in demand.
The Gwinnett Technical College Cardiovascular Technology program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon the recommendation of the Accreditation Review Committee on Education in Cardiovascular Technology (JRC-CVT).
Attend one of our monthly information sessions to learn more. View the schedule.
View the fact sheet for Cardiovascular Technology (Cardiac Catheterization) or Cardiovascular Technology (Echocardiography).
Take the first step toward a top job in this field and apply for next semester. All the dates and deadlines you need to know are here on the website. If you're looking for ways to pay for your education, check out the scholarships for this program. You can also learn about our instructors, clubs and organizations and check out the advisory board to learn more about companies in this field.
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There are no diplomas available for this program.
Healthcare Science – Pre-Cardiovascular Technology
Kristen BuoyProgram Director, Cardiovascular Technologykbuoy@GwinnettTech.edu678-226-6334NiQuanna RobinsonInstructor, Cardiovascular Technologynrobinson@GwinnettTech.edu678-226-6876Jim SassDean, Health Imaging & Informatics; Program Director, CISCO Health Information Techjsass@GwinnettTech.edu678-226-6326
There are entry level positions available for cardiovascular technologists/technicians in a wide range of healthcare settings such as hospitals, rehabilitation assisted living facilities, and home care agencies.
GTC Cardiovascular program has an advisory board committee that meets 4 times a year. This committee is comprised of active imaging professionals from the metro Atlanta area. The board is in place to ensure proper standards are being upheld and they assist in making changes to the program that will make our students more marketable and ready for their respective field of study. We are always looking forward to gaining advisory board members. Information about becoming a member can be obtained through contacting one of the CVT faculty members.