Medicus of Houston was established by Jerry W. Jones, MD FACEP FAAEM – a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine who has practiced internal medicine and emergency medicine for 35 years. Dr. Jones has been on the teaching faculties of the University of Oklahoma and The University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He is a published author who has also been featured in the New York Times and the Annals of Emergency Medicine for his work in the developing field of telemedicine. In addition, Dr. Jones is also a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, a Fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and a member of the European Society of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Jones is the principal instructor for the Advanced ECG Interpretation Boot Camp and the Advanced Dysrhythmia Boot Camp.
Jerry W. Jones, MD FACEP FAAEM
CEO, Medicus of Houston
Medicus of Houston was founded with the purpose of taking those experienced in reading ECGs at an intermediate level to a much higher level of interpretative skills and a more sophisticated, in-depth grasp of the subject. Our goal is to produce physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other healthcare providers who are both skillful and exhibit an advanced degree of competency in the interpretation of surface 12-lead electrocardiograms and complex dysrhythmias.
We are located in Houston, Texas and our teaching facility is located in the beautiful Galleria / Post Oak area of Houston.
A view of downtown Houston, Texas.
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Medicus of Houston maintains an SSL (“secure socket layer”) certificate that ensures that any information - personal, demographic or financial - that a client enters in any box or text field on our site is encrypted before being sent.
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The lock with a triangle means that we at Medicus of Houston are counting how many visitors are landing on the page which you are viewing; the icon of the lock without a triangle means that we are not monitoring any visits to that page. Counting visitors enables us to have a better idea of the general interest in our various programs and allows us to plan our class schedule more efficiently. The registration page and the payment page do NOT have any such monitoring, so the icon you will see when visiting those pages will be the lock without the triangle. Any information that you yourself enter on our website is secured with state of the art encryption. Always look for “https://” in the address bar to assure yourself that you are on a secure website.
Should you ever visit our (or any) website and you do NOT see “https://” when you know it should be there, be aware that you are not actually on the intended site, but have been redirected to a fake, “look-alike” site that has been set up to capture personal and financial information illegally.
A Word About Security on Our Website…
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