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Topic: AA in South Texas
Posted By: redjoka
Subject: AA in South Texas
Date Posted: 12 Sep 2008 at 2:25pm
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Hey everyone, im currently going to school to become a surgical tech or OR tech.  I have this semester and next semester to go and will become a certified surgical tech.  I plan to work for about a year or two and than go back to school.  My question is, I live in south texas and was wondering, as far as becoming an AA, what exactly would i have to do?  I know this is probably a "SEARCH" type question but what would be easier or more viable to do since i do not see any of those schools in texas.  Would becoming a CRNA be a better option do to the fact that i have almost all the classes to get my nursing degree, or should i look into completing all the pre-requisites for one of the schools that offers the AA program.  Sorry if my question is confusing, im just really interested in Anesthesia but cannot afford to go to medical school after 4 years of school that i have completed already.



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