If you’ve ever undergone surgery there’s one person who acts as your guardian throughout your procedure: Your Operating Room Nurse.
What else does an OR Nurse do?
“Whether they’re coming in here with a fractured wrist, we’re fixing that wrist and they’re going to be able to use that wrist again. That’s why I do this job; to fix people and make their lives better,” says Kate DeGeiso, RN, OR Clinical Nursing Supervisor.
Committed, passionate and attentive, OR Nurses handle a wide range of experiences in their job — From being a patient advocate to helping with healing, these nurses take pride in what they do.