Operating Room Nurse

Location: Conroe, TX

TITLE: OR Circulator / Nurse RN

Location: Conroe, TX

Are you interested in working at a small community hospital where you can make a real impact on outcomes, rather than just being another employee of a large system?

Do you desire a facility that offers work/life balance?

Would you like to live within an hour of Houston and have access to a large city, while also residing in an area where the hospital serves approximately 70K people?

If this sounds like the change you are seeking, please continue reading...

What we're looking for:

  • Graduate of a nursing school with an Associates and Bachelors degree
  • Requires at least one year of recent perioperative nursing experience
  • Current Registered Nurse licensure in the State of Texas, or immediate eligibility
  • Basic Life Support certification required within 30 days of employment
  • CNOR certification preferred

Hours and compensation potential:

  • Full-time day shift position
  • Must be available for on-call duty 8 days per month with a 30-minute response time
  • Hourly rate ranges from $40 to $48 depending on experience
  • On-call pay and time-and-a-half compensation for callbacks
  • Comprehensive benefits package including CME allowance and sign-on bonus

What you'll be doing:

  • The Perioperative Staff RN utilizes the nursing process to collaborate with physicians and the healthcare team in delivering care to patients undergoing surgical or invasive procedures
  • Demonstrates expertise in providing care appropriate to different patient populations and stages of life
  • Conducts ongoing and systematic assessments, establishes nursing diagnoses, and predicts outcomes based on collected data
  • Coordinates and plans nursing care with a multidisciplinary team, administering appropriate clinical decisions to achieve desired outcomes
  • Implements interventions identified in the Plan of Care and evaluates patient progress
  • Provides patient and family education, administers medications, follows infection prevention protocols, and upholds patient rights
  • Exhibits adaptability, problem-solving skills, and professionalism at all times
  • Participates in program evaluation, process improvement, and continuing education
  • Maintains patient confidentiality, complies with regulatory standards, and contributes to survey readiness
  • Supports the growth and development of less experienced staff as a preceptor, mentor, and resource

Additional Info:

  • Located approximately an hour from Houston
  • 5 OR suites, great team environment, reporting to the Director and OR Clinical Coordinator
  • 120-bed accredited not-for-profit acute care community hospital with a Rural Health Clinic
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