Surgical Technology Program Chair Robert Wright

Surgical Technology Program Chair Robert Wright
DATE On June 10, 2020

Patients, families, surgeons, and surgical assistants all put their trust in surgical technologists. In this career role, your expertise and hard work could turn a stressful operation into a much smoother one. That's why you need and deserve quality surgical technology instructors to prepare you. Robert, Rockford Career College's Surgical Technology Program Chair, is just one of many knowledgeable, experienced instructors ready to guide you on your career path.

Robert's career as a surgical technologist began in 1983. For his apprenticeship, he worked in the operating room at Andrews Air Force Base. While in the Air Force, he graduated from the School of Healthcare Sciences with a concentration in surgical technology. In 1986, Robert was introduced to the worlds of material management and central sterile processing, rounding out his knowledge of the field. His teaching career began in 1998 at High Tech Institute in Sacramento, California.

A Certified Surgical Technologist, Robert has over 36 years of experience. Robert also holds an associate degree from Liberty University. He is proficient in managing resources for the operating room and central service as well as sterilizing equipment and supplies. Robert has been the program director at RCC for over a year and has done a tremendous job growing the surgical technology program. His passion for surgical technology and dedication to his students have been inspirational to all of us at Rockford Career College.

To learn more about our surgical technology program, call 888.680.6682 or submit our Request Information form online today. You could chat with Robert and hear what other surgical technology students have to say about our program. We are proud and deeply grateful to have Robert as part of our team, and we hope you will join the RCC family as well.


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