Train to be an Important Part of Any Surgical Team!

OR choose the Central Service Processing Technician program which can be completed in as little as 9 months†

Are you interested in playing a key role in the fast-paced environment of the hospital operating room directly supporting the team with patient care? The Surgical Technologist program at Swedish Institute provides an in-depth understanding of basic anatomy and physiology, aseptic techniques and infection control, as well as general and specialized procedures so you can become an integral part of the surgical team.

The Surgical Technologist program at Swedish Institute takes your education one step further by including an internship where you will utilize your skills in a hospital or clinical setting.

Or are you someone who that prefers to work directly with the medical team in preparing patient care facilities rather than working directly with patients? Then the Central Service Processing Technician program at Swedish Institute (also known as Sterile Processing Technician) could be the right fit for you. This program provides students with the knowledge and hands-on training that helps prepare them for entry into this career field and be an integral part ensuring medical equipment and supplies are properly cared for, sterilized, and stored.

The training at Swedish Institute includes the clinical experience you need to be a successful candidate for jobs in this exciting career.

You have the power to choose the path that is right for you!

Fill in the form and talk through your options with the team at Swedish Institute today!

Accreditations and Registration

† Applies to full time students only.

Swedish Institute does not guarantee employment. Swedish Institute cannot guarantee a student’s eligibility either to take any exam or become certified, registered, or licensed. Swedish Institute’s programs are registered by the New York State Education Department. Accredited by ACCSC. For important information on program costs, completion and placement rates, median debt incurred, etc., please visit: