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Surgical Technologist Schools

Online, Campus & Other Healthcare Programs Available

Texas Surgical Technician Schools

You can earn your associate’s degree at one of the surgical tech schools in Texas to become a surgical technician. As you progress in your career, you will be learning new things as you keep up with the latest technology and knowledge of current medical practices and procedures.

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College of Health Care Professions

Change your career! Change your life!

The College of Health Care Professions is a great place for working adults to enhance their current careers, or help themselves find new career pathways to better lives. We also train high school graduates to enter in the exciting high demand Healthcare industry.

Our programs are focused and centered on empowering you with the skills you need to enter the expanding and rewarding Health Care Industry. Learn only what you need to gain employment in your particular field, so you can get certified and enter the job market faster.

  • Dental Assistant
  • Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Coding and Billing – Health Information Technology

*Some programs may only be offered at certain locations.

The College of Health Care Professions also features:

  • Financial aid for those who qualify
  • Job placement assistance to graduates
  • Tutorials for all programs
  • Convenient day and evening classes
  • Four convenient locations
  • Friendly customer service oriented staff

If you’re ready to forge a new direction in your life with better career options in the rewarding Health Care Industry, don’t hesitate to find out more about The College of Health Care Professions today!

College of Heath Care Professions is approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission – Career Schools and Colleges. Authorized by the United States Department of Education for participation in the certain Title IV. HEA programs (Pell Grant Program and Federal Direct Student Loan Program). Regulated by the Texas Department of State Health Services for LMRT and Massage Program. AN approved vendor of the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS). A provider of educational training for the Workforce Investment Act. Approved by Veterans Affairs to train eligible veterans.

The College of Health Care Professions – Austin
6330 East Highway 290, Ste 180
Austin, TX 78723

The College of Health Care Professions – Dallas
8585 North Stemmons Freeway
Suite N-300, Dallas, TX 75247

The College of Health Care Professions – Fort Worth
4248 North Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76137

The College of Health Care Professions – Houston Northwest
240 Northwest Mall Blvd.
Houston, TX 77092

The College of Health Care Professions – Houston Southwest
One Arena Place
7322 Southwest Freeway Suite 110
Houston, TX 77074

The College of Health Care Professions – McAllen
1917 Nolana Ave
Ste 100
McAllen, TX 78504

The College of Health Care Professions – San Antonio
4738 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78229

The College of Health Care Professions is institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) for both degree and non-degree programs.

Campus
  • Austin
Programs
  • Surgical Technology

About Surgical Tech Careers in Texas

Jobs in medicine and healthcare in Texas are expanding and are expected to continue to do so for the next several years, and a demand in particular for qualified surgical technologists is on the rise as we see expanded healthcare coverage in the state of Texas.

Surgical technologists in the state of Texas can reasonably expect to make a decent salary of approximately $42,940 per year. An interest in human anatomy, medical science, past and current achievements in technology as it pertains to medicine, and an interest in helping your fellow man are some of the things that will help an individual to do well in this exciting career category. (Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.)

Financial Aid

For those who need some monetary assistance in order to attend school for this job, there are plenty of scholarships available to today’s students for those who qualify, and federal aid money for eligible individuals. Those who are interested should fill out the FASA form, which can be found online, and additional paperwork to see if you qualify and to begin the registration process.

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