Dallas Surgical Technician Schools

Surgical tech schools in Dallas, TX offer the training needed to become a practicing surgical technician in a hospital surgery department or outpatient surgical center. Most Dallas surgical tech schools offer associate’s degree programs or certificate programs. Browse the list of surgical tech schools in Dallas below to see what programs sound best for you.



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Wages of A Dallas Area Surgical Technician

Another reward for becoming a Surgical Technician besides helping to save lives, is the wages you earn. A DFW area surgical tech can earn an average of around $42,870 per year. This is an exceptionally good salary considering the Dallas metro area also employs the fourth largest number of surgical techs in America.

The wages will vary from small hospitals and health centers to larger ones in large cities. The wages are nearly always higher in large city hospitals. Dallas, Texas is one good example. Cities like Dallas have more than one large hospital so there will be a need for more than one Surgical Technician. Of course if you prefer the small town life you can also commute to a large city like Dallas, or take a job in a small town hospital. (Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.)

Surgical Technician Duties

There are many duties of a Surgical Technician. Some of them include, but are not limited to:

  • Cleaning and sterilizing the instruments, needles, and supplies in the operating room
  • Preparing the patient for surgery
  • Handing the surgeon instruments and supplies as needed
  • Aiding in putting bandages, etc. on the patients as instructed
  • Assisting the surgeon and registered nurses during surgery

Financial Assistance Available For Surgical Tech School

The opportunity for anyone to become a Surgical Technician should not be hampered with the fact that they may not have the finances they need to attend school. There are several options to check out if you need financial assistance. Do not let that stand in the way of a great career and chance to help save lives. There are grants, student loans, and sometimes scholarships available to those who qualify. Grants never have to be paid back and if have a very low income, you should not have a problem getting a grant. Loans have to be repaid but you can make payments.