of the Surgical Technologist program completed one year - or 1,100 hours - of training that
focused on anatomy and physiology, microbiology, medical terminology,
surgical procedures, pharmacology, and perioperative techniques.
Center medical programs coordinator Lenora Lada says, “the demand for
surgical technologists is expected to increase much faster than that for other
professions. Hospitals will continue to be the major employers in many
communities. In addition, there’s growing demand for surgical technologists in
physician offices and clinics."
graduates are eligible for certification via the Association of Surgical
Technologists, consisting of representative Certified Surgical Technologists,
surgeons, and the public.
information call 740-373-6283 or visit the website