Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room Reviews

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Based on 1,352 responses, the job of Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 out of 5. On average, Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Rooms are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room?

August 2014
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room:
Learn to be efficient in as many different services as possible.
January 2019
"Nice coworkers."
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room in Duarte:
Pros: Being able to help patients at their most vulnerable state.
Cons: Not sure
January 2019
"High acuity patient care."
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room in Youngstown:
Pros: Good professional relationships with doctors
Cons: Employer's market means less pay for same work as other regions
January 2019
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room:
I’m happy with my job and the people I work with but management doesn’t really listen and not big on giving raises. I haven’t had an increase in pay for years. Several surgeons treat you so disrespectful.
January 2019
"Works for Me."
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room in Grand Haven:
Pros: My Ideas Are Valued
Cons: Not Enough Hours
February 2019
"Challenging and educational."
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room in Dallas:
Pros: The procedure and coworkers
Cons: N/a
February 2019
Registered Nurse (RN), Operating Room:
Pretty flexible but would at least like to know if they will change my schedule so I can plan my life accordingly. Management is not that great. One supervisor always picks on me. Compensation and benefits are good. Lots of good and nice Doctors. I didnt like OR as much aa I liked it when I was still a student nurse.