Zeshan Khan, MD
EKG Instructor/ EKG Externship Adviser
Ze, as he is called, loves to teach and thus, has been an instructor for the last 3 years. His advanced medical training and knowledge is beneficial to the classes he teaches, reflecting on the degree of learning in his students. In his free time he loves reading books and spending time with his family.
Education: Doctor’s Degree in Medicine – Avalon University School of Medicine, 2015
BA in Health Administration (in progress) – American Intercontinental University
Medical Assisting, EKG and Phlebotomy Diplomas – Regional Occupational Program, Stockton, CA, 2004
EKG Workshop Instructor
Cindy has been in Healthcare (Kaiser) for over 25 years. She started as a Clerk in the Out-patient medical records. She worked as a receptionist(front office), Dept secretary(back office), Communication operator (the voice for Kaiser) and finally Ekg Technician.
She graduated from The Regional Occupational program in 2004. Since then, she completed the basic cardiac monitoring course, basic and advance Ekg course through Sutter Hospital. Her experience of Ekg extends but not limited to adults and pediatric, Myocardial infusion, exercise thallium test, stress echo, treadmill, tilt table test, 24 hour holter monitor, 14 day Zio patch, 30 day event monitor, reading and interpreting holter and event monitors.
She considers her greatest achievement as being a wife and a mother to her 3 children. Her purpose in life is to provide excellent service and compassion in everything she does.