Job Description


Serves as a patient advocate for individuals prior to and during anesthesia. Provides care to all age groups - neonates through elderly.


  • Assesses Operating Room readiness, table positioning, supplies and supply availability and equipment readiness for a variety of procedures.
  • Develops the patient's plan of care and monitors treatment in the operative environment. This includes practice of aseptic technique and maintenance of sterile fields as well as correction of breaks in technique for any of the team members.
  • Verifies contact information with family: name, cell number, where they will be waiting i.e., waiting room, plastic, home or work. This will be done prior to taking patient to the OR.
  • Updates family every two hours on the patient status. Call family approximately 10 minutes prior to case ending to let family know to return to waiting area or conference room so surgeon can speak with them. If the family member is not available, give the family contact card to the surgeon.
  • Manages patient safety by implementing operative policy and procedures including patient identification, site verification, positioning and counting of sponges, instruments and sharps. Takes action to correct deficiencies.
  • Holds self, physicians and other team members accountable for safe patient practices and environment.
  • Participates as assigned in Operative Services on-call schedule and arrives on site within 45 minutes.



The Family Birth Center (FBC) comprises 2 floors of the Women's Center. The third floor has twenty-eight (28) beds and a Transition Nursery. The fourth floor has twenty-two (22) beds with the capability to flex up to twenty-eight (28) beds. The fourth floor has the capability of a Transition Nursery.
Women's Operating Room:
Hours of operation are from 0630 until 1500 Monday through Friday for scheduled cases with emergency call coverage from 1500 until 0630 the following day and 24 hour call coverage on the weekends and holidays. The WOR are consists of a 2 bed holding area, 5 surgical suites and a 4 bed PACU.


Work Experience:

Minimum of 2 years experience in Women's OR.


License/Registration/ Certification:

  • Current RN permit or licensure issued by the Board of Nurse Examiners of the State of Texas to practice professional nursing.
  • Current BLS & ACLS American Heart Association Healthcare Provider certifications required.
Education & Training:

Completion of an accredited school of nursing program resulting in an Associate Degree, Diploma or Baccalaureate degree in nursing.  



  • Technical, clerical, critical thinking and interpersonal skills relevant to total patient care/area in order to safely and efficiently treat patients. 
  • Good verbal and written communication skills necessary in order to be clearly and easily understood by patients, families and members of the Health Care team. 
  • Writes/prints legibly in order to document accurately and understandably, and to provide direction to support staff and others. 
  • Demonstrates a pleasant, helpful and caring demeanor in order to be an effective patient advocate.  


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