Be a Vital Member of the Anesthesia Care Team
As a growing allied health profession, the Anesthesia Technology profession specifically focuses on fundamental and advanced clinical procedures which assist the anesthesia provider in the safe and efficient care of patient’s receiving anesthesia. Working under the direction of an anesthesia care team, the Anesthesia Technologist is a vital member of the team as they are proficient in the acquisition, preparation and application of various types of equipment required for the delivery of anesthesia care.
The start of COTC’s anesthesia technology program has been postponed due to unforeseen circumstances. We hope to begin offering the program in the near future. Until that time, we encourage you to contact the Gateway to begin preparing to ensure you meet the selection requirements including required pre-requisite courses.
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Why Choose COTC?
- First Anesthesia Technology program in Ohio
- Dedicated, experienced faculty
- Multiple clinical rotations provide diverse experience
COTC graduates of the Anesthesia Technology program receive the Associate of Applied Science and find work in a variety of clinical settings including:
- Hospital Operating Rooms
- Labor and Delivery Units
- Intensive Care Units
- Emergency Rooms
- Outpatient Procedure Suites
- Ambulatory Surgery Centers
There is a growing need for these entry-level professionals. According to the American Society of Anesthesia Technologists & Technicians (ASATT) depending on the job setting, the projected starting salary for a Certified Anesthesia Technologist is $36,000 to $55,000 annually. (www.caahep.org) Other sources show the Ohio salary average is approximately $41,000. (www.indeed.com)