OR-Recovery Room Supervisor Salary in Maryland, United States
The average pay for an OR-Recovery Room Supervisor is $99,151 a year and $48 an hour in Maryland, United States.
The average salary range for an OR-Recovery Room Supervisor is between $69,700 and $122,959.
On average, an Associate Degree is the highest level of education for an OR-Recovery Room Supervisor.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Maryland, United States.
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Supervises pre-operative nursing care as well as patient care within each operating room and recovery room to provide immediate and professional quality of care.
Assigns duties and coordinates nursing services and support personnel.
Oversees care of the operating room suite and equipment to ensure that sterile techniques are used, equipment functions properly, and items are properly positioned.
Develops schedules for the operating room suite, and ensures proper levels of staffing of professional personnel during surgical procedures and post-anesthesia recovery.
Requires RN license.
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OR-Recovery Room Supervisor Job Listings for Maryland, United States
Earleville, MD, USA
Recovery Centers of America
Assist with any function set-up or break-down. Stock cleaning closets with designated supplies and ... Check with supervisor daily for list of patient room linen changes and project lists. Clean and ...
We are seeking a Dining RoomSupervisor to join our team! You will be responsible for providing ... Previous experience in food service or other related fields * Strong leadership qualities * Ability ...
Registered Nurse: Operating Room and Perioperative Nursing
Baltimore, United States
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center
EXPERIENCE: 2 years RN experience, or 1 year RN experience plus 5 years LPN experience. * LICENSE ... Supervises the performance of the delegated nursing task by the unlicensed staff. Assists staff in ...
Recommending new clinical services, or modifications to existing clinical services * Participating ... Identifying and coordinating appropriate resources to support patient recovery * Participating in ...