You’ll help doctors and take care of patients before, during and after surgery.
You’ll collect samples and keep a record of medical histories and symptoms.
You’ll teach patients how to care for their condition at home.
You’ll assist and carry out examinations of the ear, nose, throat, head and neck.
You’ll administer medication and monitor vital signs.
- Allergy clinics
- Community clinics
- Assisted living centers
- Otorhinolaryngology offices
- Plastic surgery practices
Work as a Registered Nurse.
Gain three years’ experience in Otorhinolaryngology.
Pass your Otorhinolaryngology Nursing Certification Exam through the Society of Otorhinolaryngology and Head/Neck Nurses
You’re ready to work as an Otorhinolaryngology Nurse.
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