Operating Room Nurses Face Challenges and Shifting Responsibilities
Operating room nurses can have one of three distinct jobs: scrub nurse, circulator, or first assist. Each nurse has different responsibilities, but it takes all nurses working together to get the job done.
|Operating Room Jobs||Location|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - D/N Rotating||Scranton - Wilkes-Barre Area PA|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Days 8 $$||Washington DC|
|RN OR - 14 weeks - Days 10 $$||Bakersfield CA|
|RN OR - 14 weeks - Days 12 $$||Bakersfield CA|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - D/N Rotating $$||Bakersfield CA|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Days 12 $$||Springfield IL|
|RN OR - 14 weeks - Days 10 $$||Marshfield WI|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Variable 8||Rapid City Area SD|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Days 10||Lincoln NE|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Days 10 $$||Livingston NJ|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Days 8 $$||Bremerton WA|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Day/Eve 12||Boston MA|
|RN OR - 13 weeks - Days 8||Randallstown MD|
|RN OR - 16 weeks - Days 8 $$||Cheverly MD|
|RN OR - 14 weeks - Days 10 $$||Cheverly MD|
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Scrub nurses prepare the instruments and the sterile field. They get the patient into position and hand instruments to the surgeon as the case progresses. Circulating nurses make sure all paperwork is accounted for and that supplies are on hand. They perform instrument counts and ensure the correct surgery is performed. Nurse first assistants have responsibilities that vary depending on the surgeon. They range from administering medications to inserting sutures.
* indicates fast starts; $$ indicates higher than average pay in this specialty.
Indicates a Nursing Licensure Compact state. Multi-state license accepted.