Our team of administrators, physicians, surgical specialists, nurses, orthopedic care coordinators, physical therapists, and anesthesiologists collaborate as team members because we believe we are stronger together. And together, we are elevating what’s possible in outpatient surgery in the Pacific Northwest.
We do things differently at Oregon Surgical Institute whether we are defining a new care pathway, developing new patient education programs, or embracing new technology to elevate outcomes. We have built a world-class team with decades of experience and are proud to work alongside the best-of-the-best in the Pacific Northwest.
The OSI Leadership Team
Every member of our team has been recruited to be part of our success story and to change outpatient surgery for the better. From our receptionist who greets you when you walk in the door, to members of our post-anesthesia care team, and people behind the scene in materials management and sterile processing, we are all in this together to transform patient outcomes and satisfaction.
Meet The Oregon Surgical Institute Team
Every OSI total joint patient is assigned to our team of dedicated Orthopedic Care Coordinators. What unites us is our desire to make every total joint replacement surgery a success. We demonstrate this in everything they do, as advocates, communicators, educators, problem-solvers and caregivers.
We collaborate with the total joint program surgeons to promote optimal orthopedic care and to ensure integration throughout the surgery center. We support improvement of clinical outcomes through pre- and post-operative education and support.
Meet Our Orthopedic Care Coordinators
If you have a growth mindset and want to be a member of a dynamic, diverse team committed to exceptional patient care and elevating what’s possible in outpatient surgery, we would love to hear from you.
Provides nursing care in the assigned clinical operative areas of the surgery center. Ensure patient needs are met in accordance with instructions of physician and facility administrative procedures. Participates in various quality improvement initiatives as assigned by the Nurse Supervisor, Nurse Director. The Operating Room nurse must set priorities in planning cases, and making clinical decisions. They are a resource for complex decision making and establishing individualized plan of care for the peri-operative patient.