McLeod Regional Medical Center School of Medical Technology
555 East Cheves Street, Florence, SC 29506
McLeod School of Medical Technology
McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence, South Carolina, operates a School of Medical Technology. The school offers a fast track clinically oriented certification in Medical Technology.
The academic program begins in August and takes one year to complete. Classes and clinical rotations prepare students to perform various medical services, including:
After completing the program, graduates receive a national licensure that will allow them to work as medical technologists in any state.
Applicants will need to submit an admissions application, along with transcripts, test scores and three letters of recommendation. Applicants will also need to have an interview with a school admissions representative. Residents of South Carolina are given admissions preference.
McLeod School of Medical Technology offers scholarships to help cover tuition costs. Students who are concurrently enrolled at a college or university may also apply for federal financial aid awards like loans and grants.
Quick Facts about McLeod Regional Medical Center School of Medical Technology
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
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