In Surgical Technology you get to work alongside surgeons, physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals. As a Surgical Technologist, you’ll help prepare operating rooms, equipment, and assist medical professionals during surgeries. Using an understanding of fundamentals and routines for procedures, Surgical Techs help to ensure procedures are performed efficiently and effectively.
Have A Meaningful Impact Through Your Work
The Surgical Tech program focuses on preparing students to learn skills such as sterile field preparation, field maintenance, surgeon assistance, and patient care. The Surgical Technology Associate program is offered at 13 Concorde Career College campuses, including Dallas, North Hollywood, Orlando, and Aurora.
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Do you aspire to a career supporting physicians, nurses, and patients in an exciting, fast-paced work setting? Have you been searching for a surgical technology school near you that offers real-world training to equip you to pursue a career in surgical technology? Then consider Concorde’s Surgical Technology Associate Degree program.
*Program length can vary by Location, see specific Campus Catalog for program length
Concorde puts you in the center of the surgical tech field through coursework and hands-on learning experiences that challenge you as you would be challenged in a real-world work setting in this field.
Classroom-to-career skills training
Concorde prepares you comprehensively for a career in Surgical Technologist through an emphasis on the following critical skills and knowledge:
- Patient care
- Sterile field preparation
- Passing instruments, supplies and equipment to surgeons
- Surgical field maintenance
- Surgeon assistance
Surgical technology jobs are projected to grow at a faster-than-average rate of 7 percent. This field is forecast to continue its growth because of advances in technology, contributing to an increase in surgical procedures. Find out more about what a career in surgical technology looks like.
*Source: BLS.gov 2019-2029
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Below you will find campus-specific information about the Surgical Technology program.
ST PROGRAM OUTCOMES FOR THE FOLLOWING CAMPUSES: SAN DIEGO, AURORA, MIRAMAR, TAMPA, JACKSONVILLE, ORLANDO, PORTLAND, DALLAS, GRAND PRAIRIE, AND SAN ANTONIO