The Surgical Technologist is an integral part of our Facial Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetic practice, especially the operating team providing surgical care to patients. The position will support the established Facial Plastic Surgeon and the new Breast and Body Surgeon. The surgical technologist will work under the supervision of the surgeons to facilitate the safe and effective conduct of invasive and non-invasive surgical procedures, ensuring that the operating room environment is safe, that equipment functions properly and that the operative procedure is conducted under conditions that maximize patient safety. Surgical techs combine the knowledge of human anatomy, surgical procedures, and implementation and tools and technologies to facilitate a physician’s performance.
Our surgical technologists function as members of the surgical team in the role of scrub person and with additional education and training, they move along the continuum to the role of surgical first assistant, anticipating the supply and instrumentation needs of the surgeon to optimize the surgical outcome.
Graduate of an approved program in Surgical Technology and certified as a Surgical Technician
Competent to perform in all areas of surgical services
Minimum three years experience as a Surgical Technologist is preferred
Prior Plastic Surgery Scrub Tech experience is highly preferred
Additional Salary Information: PTO, 401K w/Match and Profit sharing, no health care benefits at this time
Internal Number: 3550
About Cynthia Gregg, MD PLLC
Cynthia Gregg, MD PLLC is a Facial Plastic Surgery and Medical Aesthetic Practice that has recently expanded to add Breast and Body services. As a result of this planned expansion, we are recruiting for additional Surgical Technologists to support our outstanding surgeons. Our team is comprised of administrative and clinical staff who are committed to meeting the needs of the patients they serve. We strive to create an environment that is warm and welcoming.
The practice is located in Cary, North Carolina and was incorporated in March of 2001. The organization subleased office space until a new office was completed in March of 2002. In January 2008, the office relocated to its present address that includes a fully equipped and AAAHC accredited procedure room for conducting surgery. Cary is a city of approximately 165,904 individual and is located in Wake County, North Carolina. The surrounding area is referred to as the Triangle. The US Census Bureau's Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill (Triangle) combined statistical area (CSA) had an estimated population of 2,199,459 in 2017.