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  • Nurse Assisting PatientOne-year program: Fall, Spring, and Summer
  • All classes held on Friday evenings and Saturdays
  • Classes taught on site at Grossmont College & local clinical sites
  • Must be 18 years or older

Please note:

Due to the California State budget, the Anesthesia Technician Program is on hold indefinitely. We do not know when or if this program will be offered again and therefore we are not accepting any applications to this program.

Dear Students:

Due to budgetary reductions from the State of California, Grossmont College will not be offering the Anesthesia Technology in Fall 2012.

As the State budget improves, we plan to offer the Anesthesia Tech Program again. We will continue to update our website so please check the web site for further information.

Thank you for your continued commitment to the Anesthesia Technology program and Grossmont College.

Effective January 01, 2012

If you are enrolled or have accepted a seat into any other Grossmont College Health Professions Program, you will be ineligible to receive an invitation to the Anesthesia Technology Program . Students wishing to apply to the Anesthesia Technology Program must apply for an entry date which does not conflict with the completion of the Health Professions Program you are currently enrolled in.

All students must have completed the Hepatitis B Vaccinations (3) and test for Seropositivity in order to begin the program beginning with the fall 2012 cohort.
Please note that the series and seropositivity take approximately 7-8 months to complete. Applicants wishing to be considered for fall 2012 should begin the series immediately. Please contact your healthcare provider, for more information on the Hepatitis B Series of vaccinations.

Fall 2013 Schedule for Health Professional Informational Meetings


Starting in Fall 2010, a pre-requisite will be enforced. Students must have successfully completed BOT 161 Medical Terminology and, Biology 140 or Biology 144 with a grade of "C" or better.

Last Updated: 12/15/2014
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