Central Tech’s Surgical Technology program graduated seven students in ceremonies on Thursday, June 21 at the Drumright campus.  Last year’s graduates earned a 100% pass rate on their certification test from the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA).

Graduating students Leah Hutchcraft of Sapulpa, Savannah Dry of Bristow, Alicia Carr-Rains of Kiefer, Carly Thompson of Cushing, Morgynn McCurry of Cleveland, Cory Sadler of Ripley and Braylee Dean of Milfay.

Students in the Surgical Technology program graduate with knowledge and skills needed to function as a member of the surgical team, deliver patient care, and assume appropriate responsibilities before, during and after surgery. Central Tech students’ average starting salary is $17.10 an hour with the ability to increase as they gain experience. Congratulations to all our students! To learn more about Central Tech’s Surg Tech program or other classes, please visit our website at CentralTech.Edu or call 918-352-2551.

Students graduating (L-R, F-B): Leah Hutchcraft, Sapulpa; Savannah Dry, Bristow; Alicia Carr Rains, Kiefer; Carly Thompson, Cushing; Morgynn McCurry, Cleveland; Cory Sadler, Ripley; Braylee Dean, Milfay

Related Post

CareerTech Director Elected...

Oklahoma CareerTech State Director Marcie Mack has been elected secretary/treasurer of...

Academics

Leave a Comments