Absolutely! Get a good recruiter from reputable travel agency. And get malpractice insurance to protect your license
Hi , it is true , it depend in the need of the hospital , but OR nurse In patient and Or nurse as out patient I believe does and assume same responsibilities in the OR As a Nurse role . What ever the difference is you will be able to manage well , Yes you can do travel Or Rn go for it
Yes! Ultimately the employer needs a candidate with matching experience that can transplant easily into their needed role for a travel job.
How you’re presented by the recruiter plays a huge part. Your interview with the employer will determine if your skill set will match their needs.
Yes. Of course. Just be aware cases may be more complicated and you will probably be expected to take call.
Of course, BUT make sure that you specify that your background is in outpatient surgery so you can be properly assigned.
If you don’t, you may find yourself in the OR of a level one trauma facility, either in a circulating or scrubbing (whatever you are accustomed to) role. My question is, will you be able to handle it?
Experience in outpatient surgery might be enough to take up OR nursing job based on expectations which the hiring facility place on such role. But you are advised to take up travel assignments that make case for outpatient or ambulatory surgery, OR is more complex and may require you to work at least 6 months minimum on full time before you can take travel e. Mind you ,travel nurses are experienced and are not giving any orientation by the hiring facility.They assume you know everything and that may put you at a receiving ends.
Was an or nurse and was also a yravellir thru agency no issue
I was or nurse and was a Traveller
Depends if the demand is there. Some places expect the OR nurse to be able to know how to circulate/scrub in more than one specialty as some hospitals require the nurse to take the after-hours calls and know how to set up and circulate in those cases.