Surgical Technology Diploma

INTERIM PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Donna Palmer (864) 646-1347  dshanno1@tctc.edu

Surgical Studentsln the operating room, surgeons lean heavily on the expert support of surgical technologists. As a surgical technology major, you'll learn not only how to hand over the scalpel (and other instruments) right on cue, but also how to sterilize and clean equipment, maintain inventory, and perform other tasks that help keep everything functioning safely before, during, and after surgery. Not only is this an exciting and rewarding career field, the job market is wide open -- surgical technologists are ranked in the top ten fastest growing career fields in South Carolina by the US Department of Labor.  Surgical Technology Program Outcomes Measures

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Surgical Technology Diploma

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One Hundred and Ninety Students Named to Tri-County’s President’s List for Spring 2017

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Four Hundred and Thirty-Six Students Named to Tri-County’s Dean’s List for Spring 2017

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Seventy-eight Students Named to Tri-County’s Academic Distinction List for Spring 2017

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Group Orientation- Easley Campus, 4:00 PM (7/12/2017)

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Group Orientation - Pendleton Campus, 1:30 PM (7/18/2017)

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Group Orientation- Anderson Campus, 9:00 AM (7/21/2017)

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TCTC Commission Board Meeting (7/31/2017)

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Guide Service @ AC (8/21/2017)

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