Surgical Technology (AAS)
We are excited to offer this program, which is designed to prepare students as entry-level Surgical Technologists. The program combines the use of surgical instruments, skills and techniques with the theoretical knowledge required to perform as a Surgical Technologist in the operating room. This program will prepare for practice in hospital operating rooms, ambulatory surgical care centers, eye centers, dental surgery centers, sterilization processing departments, endoscopy departments, organ procurement and surgical sales representatives.
Program application deadline will be June 1, 2023. Visit the Surgical Technology Forms link to the left for application materials.
VWCC Surgical Technology Lab
The VWCC Surgical Technology Lab is conveniently located on the 6th floor of the Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital building on 101 Elm Ave SE. This lab contains 2 separate mock operating rooms stocked with working OR beds, manikins, and a wide variety of equipment and supplies to provide students with a well-rounded lab experience to prepare them for upcoming clinical rotations. Additionally, the Surgical Technology labs have an ancillary classroom with AV equipment for hands on lessons, as well as general and specialty instrumentation. Students receive consistent instruction on the hands-on skills necessary to function as a Surgical Technologist and are given the autonomy to practice these skills in a supervised lab setting.
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Professional Licensure Disclosure
Current and prospective students located outside the state of Virginia or who may be considering licensure in a state other than Virginia should review the disclosure information for this program here: Virginia Western Professional License Disclosures for Students Outside of Virginia.
Pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Fralin Center HP339
New Students: Chapman Hall
School of Health Professions
3091 Colonial Ave., SW
Roanoke, VA 24015
Morgan Boyd, B.A.S., C.S.T.
Program Director, Surgical Technology
SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Martha Sullivan, Dean