The perioperative nurse functions in the circulating and/or scrub role in the Operating Room. In this role, the RN designs, coordinates and delivers care to meet the needs of the patient undergoing the operative procedure. The perioperative nurse assesses, diagnoses, plans, intervenes and evaluates the outcome of surgical intervention. The RN addresses physiological, sociocultural and spiritual responses of the individual undergoing a surgical procedure. The perioperative RN supervises ancillary personnel involved in the care of the surgical patient.
Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing.
Periop Residency minimum requirement is a Bachelors Degree in Nursing/BSN
Must be licensed as Registered Nurse with the State of Texas
CPR Certification through the American Heart Associate or American Red Cross
Experience as a Registered Nurse, surgery experience is not required for the residency
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