Central Service TechnicianTechnical Diploma
Want to work with supplies and equipment in surgery, obstetric, emergency departments, and other patient care areas? Central Service is the program for you!
You receive classroom and laboratory instruction, as well as clinical experience. Your ability to follow through on assigned tasks, prioritize between competing demands, and communicate effectively is in demand in the field of central service.
Healthcare facilities need skilled professionals who can handle ever-changing technology with medical supplies, instrumentation, and equipment. Central service jobs can be found in hospitals, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, veterinary clinics, dental clinics, and nursing homes. Patient interaction is minimal within this healthcare specialty.
Upon finishing this course, you will receive a technical diploma. You will then be eligible for certification exams. Graduates of the Central Service Technician program may also consider the Surgical Technologist program for continued education and skills.
- Central Processing Technician
- Central Service Aide
- Central Service Assistant
- Central Service Technician
- Instrument Technician
- Materials Management
- Processing and Distribution Technician
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|10501123||Student Success in Allied Health||1.00|
|10509102||Human Body in Health and Disease||3.00|
|10806177||General Anatomy & Physiology||4.00|