Hospital For Special Surgery New York , NY 10007
Anticipated Program Start Date: April 2019
Applications Open: October 1st
Applications Close: November 1st, 12:00p.m. EST
PLEASE BE ADVISED: The review of resumes will not take place until after the application closes on November 1st.
Applicants can check the status of their application via the HSS Careers Website at any point in time by logging onto www.hss.edu/careers
Selected candidates will participate in a series of interviews with Human Resources and Patient Care Directors
throughout the Recruitment Process.
The Perioperative Operating Room Nurse Residency was built upon an educational course designed by the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses (AORN). Residents rotate through all of the orthopedic subspecialties learning both scrub and circulating roles. At the end of the six-month experience, Residents who successfully complete the program are offered positions in the Main operating room.
The program includes a mix of classroom, lab and clinical experiences, working side by side with preceptors who are experts in the operating room nursing practice. The HSS Professional Development Center features a mock OR and simulated patient care setting, including "Sim Man," to help assist new graduate nurses in their transition to the world of "real time" nursing.
As an integral member of our Magnet Nursing team, your focus will be - the delivery of the world's best patient care! Working in an evidence-based Nursing environment that commands excellence every day, you will learn to provide comprehensive nursing care to our patients in the Operating Room setting.
Once you successfully complete this program, your scope of practice will include: clinical competence critical thinking skills, educating patients and their family members both in the operating room and holding areas, consideration and compassion, responding to each patient with thoughtfulness for their age, developmental level, cultural and religious beliefs. In addition, capacity to collaborate with the OR team to promote the highest standards of safety is an essential competency to fulfill the mission of HSS.
BSN from an accredited school of nursing required
Must have New York RN Licensure by program start date, along with an American Heart Association BLS certification
Both experienced and new graduate RNs may be considered
Please submit resume with a cover letter indicating why you wish to be considered for the Perioperative Nurse Residency. If you are a new graduate RN, please make sure to include your clinical rotations/hours on your resume.
Excellent organization and communication skills and the ability to thrive in a fast paced environment will be essential to your success at HSS.