Our CCT’s provide a wide range of services in multiple departments within hospitals. You’ll find CCT’s in the OR, pre-op, post-op, interventional labs, ICU, and nerve block centers. They are experts in autotransfusion, and they assist with complex procedures like line placement, IABP, and nerve blocks. They work daily with anesthesia partners and other physicians, obtaining the equipment and products needed to ensure a smooth procedure for patients while assisting MD’s and partners during procedures.
The CCT role requires a high school diploma, a post-secondary certificate, or on-the-job training. Programs are offered through various vocational schools, junior colleges, and hospitals nationwide. However, education requirements differ based on the employer. Therefore, it is best to speak with healthcare administrators to determine what education and training are required.
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