Perioperative Nurses are in demand because of the aging US population and a growing need for surgical procedures.
You’ll assist the team, coordinate patient care, monitor vital signs, and manage the equipment during procedures.
You’ll be the liaison between the surgical team and patient’s’ family.
You’ll teach patients and their families how to care for themselves at home following a procedure.
You’ll help get patient physically and emotionally ready for their procedure.
- Ambulatory surgical units
- Doctors' office
Work as a Registered Nurse.
Gain experience in Critical Care and taking relevant continuing education courses, such as Discharge Planning and Sterilization.
Get the prescribed amount of experience for your specialty.
You’re ready to work as a Perioperative Nurse.
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