Program Preview Meetings are held in the Health & Science Complex, Building 34, Room 135 throughout the year. If you would like to come and find out more about the Orthopedic Technology profession and program - COME JOIN US!
Please RSVP to Denise Gilbert either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 619-644-7303 to reserve your seat.
Influenza update (10/2018)
Following the fall 2018 semester, the Orthopedic Tech Program will no longer be able to accept a declination of the flu vaccine for any reason due to recent requirements enacted by our local clinical facilities. Students are required to be vaccinated yearly.
ALL Orthopedic Technology students will be required to complete a background check and urine drug screen. THIS IS A HOSPITAL/HEALTH CARE AGENCY REQUIREMENT.
The day of your urine drug test, DO NOT drink more than 8 oz. of any liquid. If you drink an excessive amount of liquid prior to conducting your urine drug screen, the results will be diluted and / or altered and therefore incomplete. If your drug screen results come back dilute, you will not be able to be placed in clinical settings therefore, you will be ineligible to enter the Orthopedic Technology Program.
Important: Any prior conviction of a misdemeanor or felony may influence eligibility for licensure as a Orthopedic Technologist. A flagged background check or drug screen may also prohibit entrance and / or participation in the Orthopedic Technology Program. Applicants with prior convictions are required to contact the Dean of Allied Health and Nursing for confidential advisement and planning prior to applying to the program.
If you feel that you might not be eligible for licensure due to a prior arrest or conviction, please contact the Grossmont College Allied Health and Nursing Department to speak with the Dean. To make an appointment with the Dean, please call (619) 644-7149 to discuss your options.
"All communication between the program office and the student is by email. All emails sent to students on the waitlist and currently in the program are sent with a delivery and read receipt. If you chose not to check the read receipt, the program is not responsible if the student states that they did not receive the email".