Dover Business College Students Receive Surgical Technologist Pins

April 27, 2012

Contact: Ilene Greenfield
Media Relations Director
201-291-1111, ext. 5122

igl@dover.edu

Dover Business College is pleased to announce that students received Surgical Technologist (ST) pins during a recent ceremony. The students are graduates of the Surgical Technologist Program. 

“Our Surgical Technologist students have completed rigorous training,” said Joseph Charleman, CST, CRCST, LPN, Chair of Dover Business College Surgical Technologist and Surgical Processing Technician programs. “Graduates of this program are prepared to work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, outpatient care centers, and ambulatory surgical centers.”

The following students received ST pins:

- Kristian Agudelo of Little Ferry, Clifton Campus

- Heather Ammarito of Bayonne, Clifton Campus

- Karen Angeles of East Rutherford, Clifton Campus

- Jose A. Azcona of Passaic, Clifton Campus

- Jessica Bello of Belleville, Clifton Campus

- Angela Campbell of Milford, PA; Dover Campus

- Sharetha Cashwell of Elizabeth, Clifton Campus

- Alexis N. Catalan of Jersey City, Clifton Campus

- Benisa Davila of Newark, Clifton Campus

- Gertrude T. Francis of East Orange, Clifton Campus

- Elisa Giannetti of Fairfield, Clifton Campus

- Alicia Gray of Clifton, Clifton Campus

- Karen Haas of Maplewood, Dover Campus

- Edward Jenkins of Paterson, Clifton Campus

- Kimberly D. Kinson of Hillside, Clifton Campus

- Carlos Leon of Passaic, Clifton Campus

- Radoslaw Lesniewski of Warren, Dover Campus

- Aldo J. Lora of Passaic, Clifton Campus

- Erica Narvaez of North Bergen, Clifton Campus

- Jesenia Padilla of Newark, Clifton Campus

- Katie Park of Clifton, Clifton Campus

- Raushanah Patterson of Maplewood, Clifton Campus

- Sharnika Pittman of Paterson, Clifton Campus

- Kelly Rodriguez of Rockaway, Dover Campus
- Christian Talag of Jersey City, Clifton Campus 

The ST program at Dover Business College is one of only a handful in the State of New Jersey that has received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) National Certification Exam, administered through the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting. 

Dover Business College, with locations in Clifton and Dover, NJ, is a nationally accredited private college with a 53-year history of preparing students for careers.  Dover offers programs in the areas of healthcare, business, and information technology. In addition to classrooms, the facilities include computer labs, a nursing area, an operating room, and medical laboratories. 

To find out more about Dover Business College, call 866-GoDover (463-6837) or visit www.dover.edu

 

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