Surgical Technology Program
Earn a career as an operating room professional and work alongside surgeons, nurses, and anesthesia providers as you prepare the operating room environment and facilitate surgical procedures in a variety of specialties.
Surgical technologists are responsible for maintaining sterility, counting instruments and supplies, passing instruments, preparing equipment and assisting in surgery.
The Surgical Technology information session is highly recommended. At the session
a counselor or program director will describe the program, prerequisites, the application
process and will answer questions afterwards.
Visit the CBC Events Calendar to find the next available session and register to attend or email cbcoutreachFREECOLUMBIA_BASIN for assistance.
Information sessions are scheduled for one hour and are open to anyone interested in a CBC Health Sciences program.
Both CBC and the Surgical Technology program are independently accredited. CBC is accredited through the premier regional accrediting body, Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
Columbia Basin College Surgical Technology degree program is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
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Graduates of the Surgical Technology program are provided a One-Year Operating Room Aide Certificate and a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree in Surgical Technology. Graduates of the Associate in Applied Science degree in Surgical Technology are eligible for national board certification through the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting.
The 2018 NBSTSA Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) examination pass rate for graduates of the CBC Surgical Technology program is 100%.
Source: 2019 ARC/STSA Annual Report.