Surgical Technology Degree
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Medical Emergencies and CPR
- Care of the Surgical Patient
- The Surgical Wound
- Diagnostics and Minimally Invasive Procedures
- Day Surgery Centers
- Hospital Operating Rooms
- Central Sterile Processing
- Hospital Materials Management
- Procurement (Transplant Team)
- Private Scrub Technologist
Next class starts January 26th and space is limited.
What is a Surgical Technology?
The Surgical Technologist performs a variety of tasks under direct supervision of the operating surgeon to help provide a safe environment for surgical procedures. Surgical Tech tasks include, but are not limited to, arranging and passing instruments during procedures, checking patients’ medical charts, and preparing sterile dressings.
What will I learn?
Students are introduced to the operating room environment and are CPR certified. Students engage in hands-on training with regard to sterile technique, surgical equipment, supplies, instruments and case preparation. Surgical skills, as well as laboratory procedures, are taught to meet the requirements of the operating room. Graduates will be eligible to sit for NBSTSA certification.