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New York, California, Washington, Connecticut, and New Jersey have prohibitions on the practice of surgical assistants (i.e. unlicensed individuals).
In addition to completing an accredited surgical first assistant program, most employers also require certification through the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) and/or the National Commission for the Certification of Surgical Assistants (NCCSA).
Once certified, a surgical assistant can become a Certified First Assistant (CFA) or Certified Surgical Assistant (CSA). Like CST and TS-C certification, the certification process for CFAs and CSAs can improve a candidates resume and open doors for higher paying jobs.
Our research found that Texas is the best state for surgical first assistants, while New Jersey and New York are ranked highest in terms of median salary.1. Texas. Total Surgical First Assistant Jobs:1,068Highest 10 Percent Earn:$103,0003 more rows Apr 6, 2021
Surgical assistants, also called surgical first assistants, help surgeons with tasks such as making incisions, placing clamps, and closing surgical sites. Surgical technologists, also called operating room technicians, prepare operating rooms, arrange equipment, and help doctors and first assistants during surgeries.
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10 best states for surgical tech pay RankStateAverage hourly wage1Alaska$32.272Nevada$32.213California$31.044Connecticut$29.966 more rows Sep 20, 2022
How much does a Surgical Assistant make in Georgia? The average Surgical Assistant salary in Georgia is $122,110 as of February 27, 2023, but the range typically falls between $108,100 and $134,390.
National estimates for Surgical Assistants: Employment (1)Employment RSE (3)Wage RSE (3)17,2505.6 %8.2 % Mar 31, 2022

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