Tech News Summary:
- Clinton Community College, Mohawk Valley Community College, and UVM Health Network have launched a new surgical technology program for healthcare professionals.
- The program includes classroom learning, online courses, hands-on labs, and clinical rotations, providing students with a well-rounded education tailored to the demands of the healthcare field.
- Upon completion of the program, graduates will be prepared for careers as Surgical Technicians/Technologists with the opportunity to sit for the certification exam and pursue diverse career opportunities in the healthcare sector.
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CCC Unveils Cutting-Edge Surgical Technology Program
[City, State] – [Date]: Central Community College (CCC) is proud to announce the launch of its new Surgical Technology Program, set to equip students with the latest advancements in surgical procedures and technology.
The program aims to prepare students for a career in the rapidly evolving field of surgical technology, providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to assist in surgical procedures in a variety of healthcare settings. Students will receive hands-on training in the use of cutting-edge surgical equipment and technologies, as well as instruction in surgical procedures, patient care, and sterile techniques.
“We are thrilled to introduce this innovative program to our students,” said Dr. Julia Smith, Dean of Health Sciences at CCC. “With the ever-changing landscape of healthcare, it is essential for our students to have access to the latest advancements in surgical technology in order to succeed in their careers.”
The Surgical Technology Program at CCC will also feature a state-of-the-art simulation lab, where students will have the opportunity to practice their skills in a realistic, controlled environment. This hands-on experience will allow them to develop their expertise and confidence before entering the workforce.
Additionally, the program will offer externship opportunities at local healthcare facilities, providing students with real-world experience and networking opportunities within the industry.
“The demand for skilled surgical technologists is on the rise, and we are committed to providing our students with the education and training they need to excel in this field,” said Dr. Smith. “We are confident that our program will produce highly qualified graduates who will make a significant impact in healthcare settings.”
CCC’s Surgical Technology Program is now enrolling students for the upcoming semester. For more information about the program and how to apply, visit the college’s website.
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