Cardiovascular Technology Faculty
At Eastern International College, our cardiovascular technology program faculty is dedicated to teaching you the technical and interpersonal skills you’ll use every day in the workplace. Besides helping develop your basic and critical thinking abilities inside the classroom, the cardiovascular technology faculty demonstrate the value of one-on-one teaching outside of class time, helping prepare you for a rewarding career in the allied health field. To view program director/clinical coordinator and educator credentials for our cardiovascular technology faculty, browse our directory below.
Cardiovascular Technology Faculty Directory
Shahida Qureshi, Department Chairperson/Clinical Coordinator, Cardiovascular Technology
MD, Punjabi Medical College
RDMS (AB/OB/GYN), RDCS (AE), RVT
MBChB (MD), Mansoura University, Faculty of Medicine
M.B.Ch.B. (MD), Cairo University
MS, Cairo University
RDMS (AB, BR), RDCS (AE), RVT. RVPI
Wagih M. Youssef
M.B.Ch.B. (M.D.), Ain Shams University Medical School
MD, University of Damascus
RDMS (OB/GYN), RDCS-AE, RVT
About Our Cardiovascular Technology Program
The Cardiovascular Technology Associate Degree Program at EIC equips students for careers in cardiovascular technology through practical training and theoretical education. Programmatically accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), this program comprises 20 general education credits in statistics, interpersonal communications, general psychology, English and anatomy and physiology, as well 46 credits in the program’s major courses for a total of 66 credits.
As you work through the two-year cardiovascular technology program, our faculty will help prepare you with the knowledge, experience and qualifications you need to compete for entry-level positions in the field. To get started, learn more about the admission requirements and technical standards for EIC’s cardiovascular technology degree program.
Since 1990, Eastern International College and its faculty have strived to provide students with the training they need to secure a future in the allied health fields. Through experiential learning, cutting-edge technology and innovative programs of study, EIC provides student-centric, career-oriented curricula that help prepare students with the knowledge and tools they need to succeed in their chosen profession.
Get In Touch With the Cardiovascular Technology Program Faculty
With two campuses in Jersey City and Belleville, students can earn their Associate Degree in Cardiovascular Technology at a location that’s most convenient to them. To learn more about the cardiovascular technology program or to get in touch with EIC faculty, call the Jersey City or Belleville campus today. You can also use our online form to request contact and program information.