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Operating Room/ OR Registered Nurse (RN) Travel Job

Operating Room/ OR Registered Nurses are a critical part of the surgical team. OR RNs care for patients before, during, and after surgery, as well as assist the surgeon in procedures. Operating Room nurses provide direct and individualized care to patients.

Operating Room/OR RN Responsibilities:

  • Prepares, administers, and records prescribed medications.
  • Consults and coordinates with medical team members to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate patient care
  • Manages the care of patients requiring surgical procedures
  • Creates and maintains sterile/ safe surgical environment
  • Takes and monitors patient vital signs
  • Conducts pre- and post-operative education
  • Records all care information accurately and completely
  • Preps operating room for patient procedure
  • Monitors equipment and cares for patient accordingly
  • Provides support to patient and family members
  • Teaches patient and family how to manage their post-treatment home care needs
  • The RN performs other position related duties as assigned


  • Refer a nurse for this position and earn up to $1500 referral bonus when he/she completes a minimum of 8-week assignment. Refer a nurse for a PRN position, and earn $250 once he/she completes three shifts.
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Premium pay
  • Same Day or Weekly Pay
  • Ability to work in premier facilities
  • Access to Chief Nursing Officer 24-7
  • Access to Social Worker 24-7
  • Group Health insurance benefits:
    • Medical Plan
    • Dental Plan
    • Vision Plan
    • Short and Long Term Disability
    • AD&D Insurance

Benefits of being a GIFTED TRAVEL NURSE

  • Private housing and housing allowance
  • Personal Career Coach
  • Extremely competitive personalized pay package


North Hawaii Community Hospital is a 35-bed rural acute care hospital located in Waimea, Hawaii Island. More than 300 employees and over a dozen employed physicians staff the main hospital, as well the outpatient clinics located in the Lucy Henriques Medical Center and at our Primary Care Clinic located near Longs Drugs. North Hawaii Community Hospital holds the following recognitions: The Joint Commission accreditation Level III Trauma Center designation Kohala Home Health Care – TJC accredited; designated Top Agency of 2016/HomeCare Elite Baby-Friendly designated birth facility by Baby-Friendly USA, Inc. Our Mission: To fulfill the intent of Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV to provide in perpetuity quality health care services to improve the well-being of Native Hawaiians and all of the people of Hawaii. Vision: Our vision is to treat the whole individual - mind, body and spirit - through a team approach to patient-centered care, and ultimately to become the most healing hospital in the world. Values: As ohana, we value an environment of aloha which nurtures trust, respect, self-expression without fear, open minds and hearts and continuous improvement. Our History: North Hawaii Community Hospital’s roots date back to the early 1900s when Lucy Kalanikumaikiekie Henriques and her cousin Lucy Peabody shared a vision of improving health care in North Hawaii, and created a trust fund and land endowment. However, it wasn’t until 1977 that the Lucy Henriques Medical Center opened with an emergency room, x-ray lab and medical offices, with hopes for a full service community hospital. In 1987, North Hawaii Community Hospital was officially incorporated as a non-profit 501(c)(3). State and private funds allowed the hospital to be built and open in 1996 as an acute care facility that incorporated blended medicine in a unique setting. In 1999, the Lucy Henriques Medical Center merged with the new hospital. A clinical affiliation with The Queen’s Medical Center began in 2005, and in 2014, a corporate affiliation formally brought North Hawaii Community Hospital into The Queen’s Health Systems family of companies. The Queen’s brand of health care began in 1859 with the founding of The Queen’s Hospital by Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV in response to the diseases that were decimating the Hawaiian population. The Queen’s Hospital became The Queen’s Medical Center in 1967, and The Queen’s Health Systems umbrella company was established in 1985 to provide expanded health care services and programs to the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. Today, The Queen’s Health Systems has extended its mission not only to North Hawaii, but to the Island of Molokai through Molokai General Hospital, and to the West Oahu region by opening The Queen’s Medical Center – West Oahu.


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