Live in The Medical Assisting Lab: EKG Demonstration

West Virginia Junior College’s Medical Assisting Director, Chelsea Abbott, hosted a live-in-the-lab event on Facebook this month. Watch as Chelsea walks her current students through the process of an EKG. WVJC offers hands-on learning environments to help students obtain and retain the skills covered weekly for use in the field. Medical assisting students in our programs enjoy an option of program lengths ranging from 9 months, 12 months, or 18 months. Each program is designed to provide students with real-life, hands-on training in an accelerated environment.

To get started on your career in the healthcare field or learn more about WVJC’s Clinical Medical Assisting program, contact an admissions team member today!

Live in The Medical Assisting Lab - EKG Demonstration